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Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen to testify to Congress in February

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Inconsistent Trump lapdogs will be disparaging Cohen despite having idolized him before he came clean. They only like dirty people.

We'll also hear incorrectly how Cohen isn't a credible witness because he admitted to lying. Good thing that his testimony won't be considered in a vacuum.

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Trump-san, one sure sign you are a crook and fraud when your lawyer is a criminal himself...

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MAGA - My Attorney Got Arrested! And Is Spilling His Guts!

Cohen is going to burn Trump - especially now that we know that Manafort has admitted to providing campaign polling data to a Russian Oligarch affiliated with Putin - COLLUSION!

Now we'll hear about all the other collusion activities - why Trump offered to give Putin a $10 million penthouse, etc...

Donnie better get those Honduran caravan actors he hired down in South America to speed up their arrival at the border...

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Individual #1 is in deep #2.

After years of fake "Benghazi" hearings, it will be great to listen to revelations about actual crimes, committed by close associates of the sitting president, and even implicating him.

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Ohhh, things are about to go... DOWN. He'll be testifying in front of congress? Next month? Look at all this smoke! We're getting closer to the location of the FIRE!

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He's testifying in public. I wonder if that's a good thing right now - with the investigation still under way this could potentially expose information that is better not exposed until the investigation is complete.

Either way, it should be extremely interesting to hear what he has to say.

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Michael Cohen worked as a lawyer for Trump a long dozen years from 2006-2018, reached a high level, and became renowned as his "fixer"

Trump wouldn't have kept him that long, promoted him, and given him important jobs to fix............... if Trump didn't consider Cohen competent at the jobs given to him

So, it's either that Trump is really bad running as a boss............... or Cohen has some real competency at his jobs

One or the other - can't be both

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Yes, he’s not credible because he lied so many times

That would make Trump not credible too, then. Which puts him in considerable legal difficulty, even with the privileges and powers of a president.

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What a loser Michael Cohen was?

He has lied before and he will lie again. Michael Cohen was not worthy person.

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Inconsistent Trump lapdogs will be disparaging Cohen despite having idolized him before he came clean. They only like dirty people.

No conservative idolized Cohen, they just accepted him as Trump’s personal lawyer.

We'll also hear incorrectly how Cohen isn't a credible witness because he admitted to lying. Good thing that his testimony won't be considered in a vacuum.

Yes, he’s not credible because he lied so many times, that’s one reason why this back and forth and when you become a rat to save your skin, you’ll say anything. As the great liberal Alan Dershowitz says, Cohen didn’t just sing, he probably composed as well. I get it, he has a family and he’s not built for prison, he’s got kids and doesn’t want to miss them growing up, but knowing that he will sell or give anyone up so that he keeps his freedom casts doubt of his credibility, of course it does. So of course, he’ll say anything and how he will say it if Mueller wants him to. But Cohen was also a greedy one and given the fact that he perjured himself so much in many of the shady deals he was trying to make, makes this guy a questionable witness at best.

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