Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, arrives for a hearing at federal court Monday, April 16, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)
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Anxiety grows for Trump after raid on his personal lawyer

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By JONATHAN LEMIRE and CATHERINE LUCEY

President Donald Trump and his allies have hit a new level of anxiety after the raid on his personal attorney's office, fearful of deeper exposure for Trump, his inner circle and his adult children — and more than concerned that they don't know exactly what is in those records and electronic devices seized last week.

There is also some worry that Michael Cohen, the self-described legal fixer who helped make bad stories go away and took a leading role in Trump Organization projects in foreign outposts, may strike a deal with prosecutors out of concern about his own prospects.

"I think it's a huge minefield for Donald Trump and the Trump Organization," said trial attorney Joseph Cammarata, who represented Paula Jones in her sexual harassment suit against President Bill Clinton. "I think this is on its own track and this train is coming down the track with brute force."

The wild legal show continued to play out Monday, at a court hearing in New York before a federal judge who is considering what to do with the material that the FBI seized from Cohen. The scene was punctuated by dramatic entrances and revelations. Stormy Daniels — the porn actress who alleged she had a sexual affair with the president — made an appearance, stumbling on her high heels as she was swarmed by press. Cohen was forced to reveal that another one of his clients is Fox News host Sean Hannity, a high-profile confidant of the president.

Trump left the White House for Florida, for a two-day summit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the president's Mar-a-Lago estate. Advisers are hoping the meeting will draw attention from the legal tempest in Washington and New York.

On the trip south, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders sought to put distance between Trump and Cohen, saying: "I believe they've still got some ongoing things, but the president has a large number of attorneys, as you know."

The federal raid, carried out a week ago in New York City, sought bank records, information on Cohen's dealing in the taxi industry, Cohen's communications with the Trump campaign and information on payments he made in 2016 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal and to Daniels, both of whom allege relationships with Trump. The court proceedings Monday dealt with who gets to look at Cohen's seized documents and devices before they are turned over to prosecutors.

Though Cohen once said he "would take a bullet" for Trump, he is aware of the possible outcome — including potential prison time — and has expressed worry about his family, said a person who has spoken to the lawyer in recent days but is not authorized to discuss private conversations. Cohen has not been charged with anything.

Trump's moods have grown darker in recent days, as he lashes out at the "overreach" of the raid. Further angering the president is that the raid was triggered in part by a referral from special counsel Robert Mueller, who is looking into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The raid was authorized by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

On Twitter Sunday, Trump said that all lawyers are now "deflated and concerned" by the FBI raid on Cohen, adding that "Attorney Client privilege is now a thing of the past." Trump has also taken to downplaying Cohen's role.

The president also inveighed further against former FBI Director James Comey, who said Monday morning that Trump was morally unfit to be president. That was a few hours after Comey said the same and worse in a highly promoted ABC interview.

Many in the White House view the aftershocks of the Cohen raid as potentially more threatening than Mueller's Russia probe, fearful of what skeletons may be in the lawyer's closets, according to five officials and outside allies who all spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

"I agree with the consensus forming that it's very dangerous for the president, probably the most serious thing yet," said Sol Wisenberg, a defense attorney who was a deputy independent counsel during the Starr special counsel investigation into Clinton. "Even if you shut Mueller down some way, how do you shut down the Southern District (federal court)?"

Trump's anger at the probe has intensified, with him musing publicly about firing Mueller and the man who authorized the probe, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Those around Trump have hoped that this week's visit to Mar-a-Lago, where he is generally happier, along with the tightly scheduled summit with Abe, would somewhat distract him from Cohen and from Comey's ongoing publicity tour.

But White House aides have also expressed worry that they can control Trump less at his palatial Florida estate, where he is known to seek out counsel from club members and get revved up by their at-times provocative advice. One recent presidential dinner guest was Hannity, a longtime Trump ally whose connection to Cohen shed more light on the attorney who was more than just a lawyer for Trump.

Cohen has long been a key power center in the Trump Organization and a fixture along the edges of Trump's nascent political life. In Cohen's own estimation, he is Trump's Ray Donovan, the bruising television character who takes whatever steps are needed to fix problems for the tycoon he serves.

He has regularly threatened lawsuits against those who pose a challenge to Trump. He has berated reporters for writing unflattering words about his boss. He has worked with tabloids, including the National Enquirer, to kill unfavorable stories about Trump. He has said he used a home-equity loan to finance a $130,000 payment to Daniels in the final days of the 2016 campaign and did so without Trump's knowledge.

The president has consistently denied a relationship with Daniels, who claims the two had sex not long after first lady Melania Trump gave birth to the couple's son Barron. He has also pushed back against other claims from women.

A recent Trump fundraising email praised Mrs. Trump, with the president calling her "my rock and foundation."

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Trump is known to pull his hair out when stressed!

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I think it's a huge minefield for Donald Trump and the Trump Organization," said trial attorney Joseph Cammarata, who represented Paula Jones in her sexual harassment suit against President Bill Clinton. "I think this is on its own track and this train is coming down the track with brute force."

Whatever the outcome, the news the next few days should be very interesting to say the least!

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If trump has stress, he will either smash the hell out of a third world country, or, you know...get a few non male guests to come to his suite, assure him he doesn’t have small hands and get his lawyers to pay them off.

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If Zichi is right, Trump may soon end up bald and abandoned by all (except Evanka), manically chewing his chintzy, orange-gold shag carpet while rabidly tweeting his last desperate messages from his underground bunker at Mar-a-Lago as Robert Mueller and the Russians close in from all sides. Marx was perhaps right, too: history does seem to repeat itself as farce! Trump's triumphant rule may well end as suddenly as Tony Soprano's: BLIP!

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One thing he can talk with Abe at his meeting (confidential talk) is that both of them are in the raid of scandals, what is their common point, it means that what is going on both sides are merely scandals but never to be against the law or illegal. Probably they will have their heads judging--'Shame on you, shame on me!' subtitled in D.T. quote!

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The chickens coming home to roost. Too funny!

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I'll wait and see before I cheer. This guy has dodged maaaaany scandals in the past, I wouldn't be surprised if he is able to dodge this one too.

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zichi: "Trump is known to pull his hair out when stressed!"

THat's okay. There are plenty of orangutang he can get another transplant from.

I think the desperation of the Trump camp and supporters is hilarious. I love that a judge rejected Trump's BEGGING to look at what was taken in the warrant (not "stolen" and Trump and Co. like to say), and is now being reduced to trying to anticipate what they find so he can undermine it first, but at the same time trying not to reveal things that may not be in the files but are still secret. Hahaha. Man oh man... hope Cohen flips. And people thought he was freaking out about Comey! I guarantee Trump truly wishes he were not president now.

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He might drop nukes somewhere as distraction.

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Wow 2 articles in the same day about the same thing. This narrative must be "important".

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It's not particularly nice to enjoy watching someone's downfall.

But for Trump and his cronies, I'll make an exception.

Is he even going to make it to the midterms?

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Is he even going to make it to the midterms?

If not they will blame it on President "Crooked" Hillary and her shadow government. See what Hannity and his friends have to say about this.

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The best thing about these ridiculous headlines is the false hope it gives the constantly outraged that President Trump will serve a minute less time than his 8 years.

I’m enjoying every day watching their meltdowns!

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The best thing about these headlines is they cause conservatives to say inaccurate things like Trump has 8 years.

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Information related to the train wreck that is Trump's presidency is not a narrative, it's important, hence the multiple stories.

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Trump is going to get so stressed he'll have to fire someone to release it. Probably the Attorney General is next in line and soon of of session.

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Donnie is probably going nuts wondering what is in those seized records and knowing there is nothing he can do about it. That's what he gets for being such a low life sleaze ball.

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The best thing about these ridiculous headlines is the false hope it gives the constantly outraged that President Trump will serve a minute less time than his 8 years.

Great odds from the bookies on that. You’ll clean up. Get your money down!

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Cohen was forced to reveal that another one of his clients is Fox News host Sean Hannity, a high-profile confidant of the president.

Hahaha! Good thing I wasn't drinking anything when I read this!!!

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Whether you support or do not support Trump you have to admit this is some really wild and unprecedented stuff. I am old enough to remember Nixon (and Halderman, Ehrlicman, Mitchell, and Dean) and what is going on now is much stranger and more intense than Watergate (actually Watergate was tame compared to today's political environment).

What is sad is there are some issues where Trump had valid points (immigration, poor trade agreements) but he is far from the right messenger on these.

I think he is finished.

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Let's see. We have the former heads of the two most important security apparatuses in the USA leave their jobs and immediately spill all kinds of secrets to sell a book or two. And Americans are fine with that.

The former FBI head claims that Trump paid to watch 2 girls engaged in golden showers, and he is talking about it a lot to pump his book sales. He has no evidence except the word of an employee of Trump's political rival. And more Americans are fine with that.

In desperation, they go after the lawyers, trying to shake them down and hope that something comes out if they threaten them with prison time. (Look what they did to Scooter Libby.) And Americans are fine with that.

And they still think the USA is a better place than China or Russia.

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spill all kinds of secrets to sell a book or two. And Americans are fine with that

Well, when it comes to hookers (secrets??? Really???) vs. nuclear codes- codes which I don't think are in Comey's book last time I checked.

Secrets? Seriously?

Go for the book sales. That's capitalism. When you got bills to pay you got bills to pay!

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Secrets? Seriously? Go for the book sales. That's capitalism. When you got bills to pay you got bills to pay!

Thanks for proving my point.

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Thanks for proving my point.

Yes. Glad we agree and we know there won't be any rogue nuclear ICBMs launched over this book. So who care's what "secrets" it has, as long as it's 100% pure entertainment that drives Trump crazy. Obama didn't act like this when his haters and Trump published books about him being born in Kenya and that he faked his law degree. I don't hope for his impeachment. I don't think golden showers are really a crime as long as the other party is over the age of 18. Whether he quits. It's up to him. But I can't believe that was so much hate against President Hillary that they voted for this orange clown.

You attack people personally like Trump did, this is what you get. It's fair. Trump is a walking tabloid magazine.

It's just funny. But don't worry. The stock market is up and that's all that matters to the Trump followers. And according to Hannity and Friends if President Hillary were president the stock market would be down to zero. Glad for that Trump magic dust, eh? President Hillary is the evil black magic women that would have ruined the USA many many times over, according to what Hannity said.

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Now Comey is whining about Trump saying on Twitter he should be in jail. But he should be and “maybe”, “it’s possible” Comey will be.

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Now Comey is whining about Trump saying on Twitter he should be in jail

Really? What did Comey say, exactly?

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"Lady Justice can't be peeking under the blindfold to see if Donald Trump wants her to convict so-and-so and not convict so-and-so. If we lose that, we've lost the rule of law, and so there's great danger in the president of the United States saying 'you should be in jail,'" Comey said.

but it’s perfectly fine if Comey himself does the same thing cause it’s been a year and he “knows” what the result is gonna be without even interviewing the suspect under oath (or raiding her lawyer office)

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but it’s perfectly fine if Comey himself does the same thing

Yes, I want to know more about the pee tapes. Maybe we can watch them online soon. How presidential.

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The former FBI head claims that Trump paid to watch 2 girls engaged in golden showers

He probably did. Though the old goat's probably past even that these days.

I wonder if he told them they remind him of his daughter. He seems to think the ladies love that.

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It just amazes me that liberals think Cohen doesn’t know what files he has in his own office and home.

His concern is this is privileged information and by time this judge correctly determines that enough anti Trump people will have seen it that it will definitely be leaked. Already seen 3 of those. Things can be not criminal yet be things it’s not the public’s business to know.You know a thing called “privacy” that liberals used trump care about.

That’s why lawyers and doctors get this type of privilege so people can ask legal questions or get medical treatment.

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That’s why lawyers and doctors get this type of privilege

Not if they commit a crime

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He probably did.

What a joke. Ok, so where is this tape allegedly? One thing about Trump as much as that man hates germs, I seriously doubt it. But it is a funny story nonetheless. I chuckled.

Though the old goat's probably past even that these days.

How on Earth would you......oh, boy.....gonna digress a bit....

I wonder if he told them they remind him of his daughter. He seems to think the ladies love that.

This is where the left start having visions of unicorns, incense and peppermints....

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Ok, so where is this tape allegedly?

I saw it. It really exists. I swear to the Jesus zombie.

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That’s why lawyers and doctors get this type of privilege so people can ask legal questions or get medical treatment. privilege does protect against illegal doings or conspiring, if Cohen doesn't have any of these in his documentation then he an Trump have nothing to fear about his personal info getting out. But of there is illegal doings Trump will need some form of magic to shut down the federal court. Mueller has foreseen his firing as a possibility hes now ensuring the truth whether it be good or bad for Trump is exposed

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Mueller has foreseen his firing as a possibility hes now ensuring the truth whether it be good or bad for Trump is exposed.

What truth is that?

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What truth is that?

Probably that Cohen is balls-deep in criminality and that he isn't going to be considered immune from the law. That's usually what's involved when the FBI raids a lawyer's office and home, isn't it?

Don't worry, Trump's still "clean".

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I hope this drags Sean Hannity down too. Why is it that these foul, racist loud-mouths are all on the Republican side?

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This is really looking like a Witch hunt. They're looking for incriminating evidence in the Trump Lawyers files, but for which case ? And who else will be impacted.. it's just like casting a big fishing net and seeing what gets dragged in.

The US has become Self-destructive of late, and that leaves opportunity for other players.. or makes things even more unstable as rash decisions could be made to avert attention.

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Given the American stance of we're Republican or we're Democrat, I wonder how anyone can have a fair trial, each side seems to be out to get each other.

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And who else will be impacted.

Hannity and his friends at FOX. If Hannity is locked up then who is going to advise Trump? Hannity is also a client of Cohen...

...aka Trump's personal Ray Donovan- snicker...ha ha ha...watching a bit too much Netflix old boy?....ha ha ha..this is stranger than fiction but man so entertaining...can't wait for the pee tapes. Man those will be so cool and we can see the actual president involved working hard on those Russian foreign affairs- literally

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Corrupt cops do it all the time

My friend who is a retired Federal prosecutor said this case is 100% legal.

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Not much of a lawyer...

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And why would trump have anxiety if “there’s no collusion “ or if there’s “no obstruction “like he has been claiming all this time? :-/

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More flopping around by conservatives trying to spin this. Too funny.

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For the sake of the world, the US and its allies, GOP, Trump himself and his family, Trump should resign and live a real life as the Trump before he won the US presidency.

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Liberals keep trying an always hit a brick wall. Keep trying. Lol

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Liberals just keep correcting falsehoods constantly pushed by conservatives. If you want to call that hitting a brick wall, okay.

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Liberals just keep correcting falsehoods constantly pushed by conservatives. If you want to call that hitting a brick wall, okay.

They keep saying that and then they lose seats again and again. Yes, I go to LA and see the results of liberal policies in action by hitting the pedal. Anyway, this will blow over, Cohen will be ok and the left can try to dig in their dumpster of finding something to complain about.....maybe racism....hmmmm.....Stormy....we did that.....oh, let’s talk about Russia again, beat that dead horse. 22 Democratic hungry minions and a dirty cop a year later and still nothing. Cheerios time.

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Correcting falsehoods constantly pushed by the right has zero to do with losing seats. Wait, democrats have been flipping seats in republican strongholds.

It's side-splitting hilarious watching conservative's desperately cling to logical fallacies like "since we haven't heard anything from an investigation, there is nothing." Wait, how many guilty pleas and indictments has Mueller secured?

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Correcting falsehoods constantly pushed by the right has zero to do with losing seats. Wait, democrats have been flipping seats in republican strongholds.

Not falsehoods, the facts, the left always deal in selected falsified facts, this is why people lose faith and don’t re-elect these people. 1000 legislative seats is no joke when you sit down, turn off the TV, have complete silence and marinade on that thought. That’s a monumental number.

It's side-splitting hilarious watching conservative's desperately cling to logical fallacies like "since we haven't heard anything from an investigation, there is nothing." Wait, how many guilty pleas and indictments has Mueller secured?

I’m sorry, so far there’s nothing, but it doesn’t mean that a dirty cop won’t try to find something, Hoover did.

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A dog and pony show

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Yes, falsehoods. Constant falsehoods and half-truths from the right. That is why the right keep losing seats in their strongholds.

People can be sorry all they want, it does nothing to change that fact that it is a logical fallacy to say that there is nothing to an investigation of complex issues because the investigation is not going as quickly as you would like.

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People can be sorry all they want, it does nothing to change that fact that it is a logical fallacy to say that there is nothing to an investigation of complex issues because the investigation is not going as quickly as you would like.

Bingo. Particularly when they spent years going after Clinton on emails - had they followed the logic they are trying to apply now, they would have never had a second investigation much less 78.

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Bingo. Particularly when they spent years going after Clinton on emails - had they followed the logic they are trying to apply now, they would have never had a second investigation much less 78.

If investigators followed conservative logic on investigations, they would never have caught the unibomber. Bill Clinton also wouldn't have faced impeachment. The list goes on and on.

Glad to see your back, Stranger.

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If you think he's sweating bullets now, wait until Cohen is taken into custody. MAGA: My Attorney Got Arrested

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I watched the full Comey interview. Some of the headlines don't accurately portray what he actually said unfortunately.

The biggest thing I took away from the interview was his discussion about how he constantly tried to look at issues not from a political standpoint, but rather for what best fit the mission of the institution for which he served, which is to protect the American people, and ensure that political leaders are held to a standard of non-corruption.

And that's what we consistently saw from him. He investigated Hillary days before the election, and then he investigated Trump when it came time to do so. He was not acting along party lines for either of those, he was making decisions based on his mission to the American people.

It's crazy watching people trying to paint any equivalency between Trump and Comey whatsoever. Comey is well spoken, and extremely plausible in what he said. Trump lies consistently. Some people are just trying to taint Comey by pretending he's bad, because they can't get away from the strength of his plausibility.

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It's crazy watching people trying to paint any equivalency between Trump and Comey whatsoever. Comey is well spoken, and extremely plausible in what he said. Trump lies consistently.

Which Comey did too as well as being a leaking sieve, other than that, he is well spoken.

Some people are just trying to taint Comey by pretending he's bad, because they can't get away from the strength of his plausibility.

No one is trying to paint that narcissistic nut into anything, he made enemies on both sides, a lot of people at the Department think he’s a selfish ego-maniac and once again, thank God Trump gave the partisan hack the boot.

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If investigators followed conservative logic on investigations,they would never have caught the unibomber.

You are joking right? I know you guys dig deep, but that was just pathetic. Stay in the present, just try for a moment. If conservatives would listen and follow the hilarious advice from liberals this country would be as bad as some of the worst 3rd world countries.

Bill Clinton also wouldn't have faced impeachment. The list goes on and on.

So Trump has nothing to worry about, especially since the Senate looooks good for the GOP.

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Which Comey did too as well as being a leaking sieve, other than that, he is well spoken.

Ok, let's say that Comey is leaky as a sieve. So he's telling us stuff about Trump that he's not supposed to.

Remember when you guys said that maybe Hillary's mails shouldn't have been hacked, but they were, so the information within is of the public interest? Anyone other than extreme partisans would find it intellectually dishonest to then try to spin Comey leaks about Trump as not being in the public interest. If it's good for the goose, it's good for the gander. Maybe Comey shouldn't have leaked, but he did, so the leaked information is in the public interest. That is the standard that was set.

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One thing about Trump as much as that man hates germs, I seriously doubt it.

A man who forcibly kisses women and has unprotected sex with people he's barely met - and of the porn star variety at that - cannot plausibly use germophobia as an alibi.

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Ok, let's say that Comey is leaky as a sieve. So he's telling us stuff about Trump that he's not supposed to.

Remember when you guys said that maybe Hillary's mails shouldn't have been hacked, but they were, so the information within is of the public interest? Anyone other than extreme partisans would find it intellectually dishonest to then try to spin Comey leaks about Trump as not being in the public interest.

The difference is, Clinton had over 30 years of tangible evidence of her cheating, lying, shady deals, Whitewater, emails, shredders and on and on,..

The reason why she lost was, she was overconfident, equally a narcissist and believed others were beneath her, she didn’t visit Michigan or Wisconsin enough, she was a horrible candidate that’s why she lost, she did it to herself and Comey is in the same category as loser. They both deserve what they got and where they’re at.

If it's good for the goose, it's good for the gander. Maybe Comey shouldn't have leaked, but he did, so the leaked information is in the public interest. That is the standard that was set.

The irony of all this is, the man needs to be careful because he could end up as a witness himself and if he’s put under oath with everything we know about him...

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A man who forcibly kisses women and has unprotected sex with people he's barely met - and of the porn star variety at that - cannot plausibly use germophobia as an alibi.

How can you emphatically say that? How do you know he did any of this? Is there a video? How about a dress? Or do we take the word of these women because they say so? At least with Clinton there was tangible evidence.

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How do you know he did any of this? Is there a video?

How do you know he hates germs? Is there a video?

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What truth is that? oh I dont know whatever is on Cohen documents, or whatever Cohen gives up under a plea deal. whole point is whatever Mueller has whether it be incriminating or not cant be covered up Trump. Mueller firing cant stop the truth from being released . when all the evidence documentation, plea deals are laid out in front of the Federal court well see if they think there is a case that Trump has to answer for.

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You are joking right? I know you guys dig deep, but that was just pathetic. Stay in the present, just try for a moment. like President Clintons BJ in the oval office or President Hillary and those emails. I cant see how either could magically save Trump from prosecution

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Remember when you guys said that maybe Hillary's mails shouldn't have been hacked, but they were, so the information within is of the public interest? Anyone other than extreme partisans would find it intellectually dishonest to then try to spin Comey leaks about Trump as not being in the public interest.

The difference is, Clinton had over 30 years of tangible evidence of her cheating, lying, shady deals, Whitewater, emails, shredders and on and on,..

You said 'the difference is...', then went on to say something that is no different. There is 30+ years of tangible evidence of Trump's cheating, lying, shady deals, discriminating against black people, walking in unnanounced on naked underage women getting change at beauty pagents and on and on...

Again, it's intellectually dishonest to say that the information being exposed by Comey is not in the public interest, if you said that the information exposed by Hillary's email hacks was in the public interest. It's hypocritical.

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