Holy Recantation Batman, the guy who was willing to take a bullet for Donald Trump is now willing to sing. CNN:

“He knows a lot of things about the President and he’s not averse to talking in the right situation,” one of Cohen’s New York friends who is in touch with him told CNN. “If they want information on Trump, he’s willing to give it.”
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Several defense lawyers say that if Cohen is ultimately indicted, they don’t expect him to be charged with any wrongdoing until the government completes its review of the evidence seized in the raid. The court-appointed special master overseeing the review of material for attorney-client privileged information said it could be completed as soon as June 25.
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According to another Cohen friend, whether he decides to cooperate with federal investigators would depend on what is ultimately in any indictment. If the indictment is deemed relatively less serious than expected, for example, it’s possible that Cohen would choose to plead guilty. CNN reported on Friday that Cohen had not yet met with prosecutors to discuss a potential deal, and it’s unclear whether either side is seeking one.

Michael Cohen just hired a new lawyer, Guy Petrillo, and comically, he expects Donald Trump to pick up the tab. Wall Street Journal:

Mr. Cohen has frequently told associates in recent months he is frustrated that the president hasn’t offered to pay his legal fees, which he has said are “bankrupting” him, according to one of the people. He has said he feels that Mr. Trump owes him after his years of loyalty to the former real-estate developer, whom he served for nearly a decade at the Trump Organization.

One would think that by this time Cohen’s eyes would be open about Trump but apparently he’s still dreaming. One reason for Cohen doing a one eighty might be Trump’s ill-advised comment last week, “I always liked Michael.” Vanity Fair:

The use of the past tense was not lost on those close to Cohen. These people say that Trump has been foolishly careless with how he has publicly talked about Cohen, who they believe holds all the cards in the situation. “That one line had to be the dumbest thing [Trump’s] ever said,” one person familiar with his thinking told me. And that, indeed, would be quite an accomplishment.

A very interesting chapter in Trump’s life may be about to be written.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. (A very interesting chapter in Trump’s life may be about to be written.)
    Just so it all goes away and the sooner the better!
    Follow the Money! Follow the Money! Follow the Money!

    • The more I read, the more I can’t imagine how Cohen can do anything else but flip. He’s losing money on his taxicabs, he’s hocked his apartment, and he’s got enormous legal bills. What does that sound like to anybody else, besides a guy desperate for resolution?

      • Yes, and don’t forget King Shit cannot pardon on a state level hahaha
        “snicker snicker” so Mikey (and trump) hopefully sooner than later, is in deep doodoo! I refuse to give him even a capital T, no, nothing, ever.

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