Novartis denied misleading the public about its $1.2 million deal with Michael Cohen
Cohen does not anticipate joining the wide ranks of Trump’s pardoned.
More political news via Twitter, because that’s how it goes these days.
Most of the shredded records are difficult to understand. One page doesn’t include full words and is a jumble of numbers, letters and bar codes.
“I want to answer,” he said of the “dirt” he has on Trump. “One day I will answer. But for now I can’t comment further on advice of my counsel.”
Broidy is calling the deal off, claiming that his mistress’s lawyer improperly discussed the hush money with Michael Avenatti.
Yet Arnold insists they are not teaming up to take down Trump.
Apparently Cohen feels that Trump owes him for his years of service.
He said he does not have the time to devote to the job because of the ongoing Mueller investigation.
A straightforward New York Times op-ed is causing some serious debate — not for the words its author penned, but for the image plastered across it.