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Michael Cohen Directly Implicates Don Jr., Ivanka, And Eric In Their Father’s Crimes

Michael Cohen, who worked for many years as failed, one-term former President Donald Trump’s personal attorney and fixer, says the three eldest Trump children — Don Jr., Ivanka, and Eric — were also intimately involved in their father’s many crimes.

Appearing on CNN, Cohen also predicted that more indictments are about to be handed down against the Trumps, telling host Alisyn Camerota:

“I do want to make this promise to you and all of your viewers: I may have been prosecuted and right now am the only one, but I will not be the only one at the end of the day.”

Camerota asked Cohen if the former president and his kids would be indicted for the same thing he went to prison for: Illegal hush money payments to Stormy Daniels. He responded:

“For this crime and for others.”

And then Cohen directly implicated the Trump children:

“There were quite a few people who were involved,. Eric Trump was involved. Obviously Allen Weisselberg, who’s already under indictment. Don Jr., Ivanka — there were a slew of people who were involved in this.”

As the old saying goes, From your lips to God’s ears, Michael. And please let it happen soon.


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Michael Cohen: Trump Won’t Run In 2024 Because He’s Terrified Of Being A ‘Two-Time Loser’

Failed, one-term, twice-impeached former President Donald Trump has been making a lot of noise lately about running for president again in 2024, saying he may have to run to save the country despite the fact that he almost destroyed it the last time he was in the White House.

But according to his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, Trump’s comments are little more than hot air.

Speaking with Business Insider, Cohen explained why Trump continues to make noise about a second run:

“His insatiable need for attention is one reason he continues to flaunt this disingenuous 2024 run. The other is he’s making more money doing that than anything he has ever done before.”

Cohen also noted that “the Donald is the greatest grifter in the history of American politics,” and will eventually come up with a “handful of reasons why he won’t run again and blame others for his decision.”

“He’ll say he’s not going to run again because of bipartisan hatred for him or because of the Democrats or because he doesn’t want to put his family through any more. He cannot stomach the notion of being a two-time loser, but he will continue to grift until the very last second.”

The most pathetic part of it all, Cohen said, is that Trump is “trying to retain some semblance of power, importance, and relevance, none of which he has.”

It’s all about the money for Donald Trump. He has massive legal bills to pay in order to try and stay out of prison and he wants to maintain the sort of lifestyle he’s grown accustomed to.

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Trump’s Former Attorney Says Jared Kushner Is Already Cooperating With New York Prosecutors

Now that indictments against the Trump Organization have already been unsealed and Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg has been charged with numerous crimes, the question remains: Who will be the first in Donald Trump’s inner circle to flip on the failed, one-term former president and cooperate with prosecutors?

Weisselberg would seem to be the most likely candidate, but he’s said to be slavishly loyal to his boss, whom he has worked for almost half a century.

Don Jr, Eric, Ivanka? Possibly, but they’re bound to their father by blood, and as the old saying goes, blood is thicker than water. Also, they depend on daddy for a living, because none of them have ever held a real job.

That leaves Jared Kushner, Trump’s former “secretary of everything,” who is reportedly in legal jeopardy, too, and also facing financial problems with his own real estate holdings. Would Jared become a cooperating witness for the prosecution?

Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen hinted recently that the reason none of the legal filings have had Jared’s name attached to them is because he’s already in the fold with the office of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr.:

Jared isn’t a Trump, and he must know that a long prison sentence would not exactly be a good thing for him. Fragile, doll-like men don’t tend to fare well behind bars.

Others agreed with Cohen:

Imagine the look on Ivanka’s face when she discovers her husband has just sold daddy down the river. Then again, Jared and Ivanka may bump into each other as they make a mad dash to Cy Vance’s office.


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Michael Cohen: I’ve Given Prosecutors In New York Everything They Need To Convict Trump

Wherever he looks, Donald Trump can see that various prosecutors are moving ever closer to indicting him.

Now that Trump is a former president, he no longer has the legal protections afforded a sitting president which prohibit the American head of state from being criminally indicted, tried, found guilty, and incarcerated.

His former attorney, Michael Cohen, has all sorts of evidence that he’s handed over to prosecutors in New York, and it’s more than enough to send the Donald away for a very long time, according to what he told CBS News recently:

“Cohen said he had been questioned by the state attorney general’s team and the district attorney’s office and claimed investigators are ‘well-prepared’ with their evidence to ‘move relatively quickly’ in their probes.

“‘I do believe that there is a mounting amount of evidence that they will be prosecuting upon,’ Cohen said. ‘Some of it of course is civil, and other parts of it are criminal.'”

Cohen, who was convicted on charges of fraud, campaign finance violations, and lying to Congress, was sentenced to three years in prison and released earlier this year when the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping through U.S. prisons.

Does Cohen expect Trump might pardon him in an effort to keep him from cooperating further with investigators? Cohen said he’s “not interested” in any presidential pardon, and made clear that prosecutors are indeed focusing in on Trump’s finances:

“It has to do with his finances, it has to do with his tax returns, it has to do with his properties, it has to do with the personal financial statements that he had made and provided in order to obtain loans.”

Trump’s financial dealings have always been his Achilles’ heel, and considering all of the dirt Cohen likely has on the Donald, things are about to get very bad for the former president.

Here’s the Cohen interview, courtesy of CBS News:


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Michael Cohen Has A Warning For Giuliani: The Trump Grand Jury Has Your Documents, Too

Michael Cohen, who worked for several years as a personal attorney to failed, one-term former President Donald Trump, has a very powerful message for the Donald’s most recent personal legal adviser, Rudy Giuliani: The just-created grand jury in Manhattan is coming for you, too.

Cohen was a guest on MSNBC Wednesday, and he began by detailing exactly what Trump Organization CEO Allen Weisselberg can expect in the months ahead because he went through the same thing when the former president turned on him:

“I can tell you what’s going on only because it happened to me. Donald Trump will immediately, as will the kids, rally around Alan and his sons and say, ‘Listen, we got you. we’re going to get the best lawyers. We’re going to ensure that you’re fully protected. We love you. You are part of the family.’ And that’s going to last for a very short period of time, especially because Donald doesn’t like to pay lawyers. Like what happened with me. All of a sudden with the joint defense agreement, he decided to stop paying, and he left me on my own, at which point I still, you know, was trying to stay loyal to the cause. I was trying to stay on message with Trump.”

The way Trump turned on him, Cohen continued, is about to be replayed, and Weisselberg will be hung out to dry:

“I mean, this is who Donald Trump is. and remember what I said on one of your other shows. Donald Trump is not going to take responsibility for what’s going on here because Donald Trump doesn’t take responsibility for anything. And he’s going to turn around and say, ‘I pay a lot of money to my accountants. I pay a lot of money to my lawyers. I didn’t know. I was told to do this. And that’s where all of the witnesses are going to come in and all of the documents are going to come in, and it’s going to show a pattern, the fact that Donald Trump is lying, that he was involved, as I have said, going back over two years, that Donald Trump is involved in every single aspect of every single transaction that took place at the Trump Organization.”

Giuliani should also be shaking in his boots, Cohen concluded, because the Manhattan grand jury is going to take a long hard look at him, too, and that means Rudy could wind up on the wrong end of a criminal indictment:

“Remember, they have millions of pages of documents. They don’t just have the documents that they got from the tax returns. They now have Rudy Giuliani documents as well. This is a multi, multi-faceted investigation. There are many tentacles here that are going to be grabbing at Trump, at Don Jr., at Ivanka, Eric, the Kushners, you name it, and a host of other people. So, I really do believe that they need to come down to — you know, they need to come back to reality and understand that’s what’s facing them is much bigger than them. See, Donald Trump forgets that he’s not the biggest thing in the world, and believe me I know. I was there against these people. And I can tell you that when they come down on you, it is very rough. And Donald does not have the ability to deal with it because he has no attention span.”

There’s a good chance that Giuliani is already cooperating with federal prosecutors to try and save his ass. But Manhattan is coming for him, too, so he’d better start talking or he’ll be the next one his “friend” Donald Trump tosses under the bus.

Here’s the videos of Cohen’s appearance on MSNBC: