President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen sure seems to be a traitor.
After serving Trump, he has released a tape with the intention of smearing the Commander in Chief.
We’ve talked quite a bit about how the deep state wants to take down the president. They are using anything possible to find reason to remove the lawfully elected President of the United States from power. They invented a Russian-collusion story in order to launch a witch hunt. That witch hunt led to the FBI raiding Michael Cohen’s offices, seizing his records.
Seems like Cohen is taking the easy way out. Instead of standing by his clients, he is betraying them. Now Trump fires back.
From Daily Mail:
Donald Trump lashed out Wednesday at his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, hours after a 2016 audio recording was leaked showing the two men discussing a campaign-season payout to bury damaging accusations of an extramarital affair a decade earlier.
What kind of a lawyer would tape a client? So sad! Is this a first, never heard of it before?’ an incredulous Trump tweeted…
‘Why was the tape so abruptly terminated (cut) while I was presumably saying positive things?’ he asked. ‘I hear there are other clients and many reporters that are taped – can this be so? Too bad!’
On Saturday the president claimed the idea of a lawyer taping a client was ‘totally unheard of & perhaps illegal,’ adding that ‘[t]he good news is that your favorite President did nothing wrong!’
Cohen’s actions border on illegal. He was taping conversations without his client’s knowledge or consent. If he doesn’t get thrown into jail, his career as a lawyer is surely over.
And for what? It’s clear Trump has broken no laws. The media is hoping to smear his character by dredging up supposed past relationships. Nice try. America is not interested in Trump’s past, but his future. Considering how much he’s winning for the American people, most of us aren’t interested in the media’s dishonest attacks.
But Cohen’s in deep. He’s betrayed the trust of Trump and anyone else who hired him. To record private conversations, in the hope of using them against his client? That’s pretty low. What was he hoping to do with them? Blackmail? Bribe? Whatever the reason, it was no good.
There will come a day when Cohen regrets his actions.
Source: Daily Mail