Once Michael Cohen was Donald Trump’s lawyer, today there is enmity. Now the lawyer publishes a book, the content of which contains everything. Autocrat Putin is about Trump’s idol. And it gets worse.
According to his longtime lawyer Michael Cohen, US President Donald Trump worships Russian President Vladimir Putin and despises ethnic minorities. According to reports in the US media, the former legal counsel also wrote in a book due out on Tuesday that Trump had hired a fake Obama (“Faux-Bama”) for a video to fool then-President Barack Obama. To do.
Michael Cohen: Trump’s former lawyer has been convicted. (Source: J. Scott Applewhite / AP / dpa)
“Tell me a single country that is ruled by a black person and is not a sh … country. They’re all for the bathroom,” quoted the Washington Post from the book entitled “Disloyal: A Memoir” (“Disloyal : a memory “). South Africa’s first black president, Nelson Mandela (1918-2013), was “not a good leader,” but he led the country down after apartheid – the white minority rule – in 1994. Obama, on the other hand, took it alone. renowned universities for its “fucking positive action” (quota system in favor of minorities).
Trump Tower in Red Square?
Trump adored Putin for mistaking the Kremlin boss as the richest man in the world and money is more important to Trump, Cohen writes, according to the Washington Post. He was also impressed with how Putin was the sole ruler of the country. Putin’s ability to control everything – from the national press to financial institutions – made him great. He also hoped to build a Trump tower in Moscow’s Red Square.
The broadcaster CNN quoted from the book that Trump dressed the “Faux-Bama” in the video and then “dismissed” it. It is not known who embodied Trump’s predecessor in the video. According to the Washington Post, White House spokesman Kayleigh McEnany rejected Cohen’s statements and fundamentally questioned his credibility.
Convicted on several counts
Cohen worked for Trump for more than a decade and was a central figure in several presidential affairs. He was often described as Trump’s “cleaner” until a rift broke out between the two. Cohen turned his back on Trump and filed serious charges against the president in court and in Congress.
The 53-year-old was sentenced to three years in prison in December 2018. In 2018, he pleaded guilty to several crimes in court, including false testimony before the United States Congress and violations of campaign finance laws. The latter involved hush money payments Cohen said he made on Trump’s behalf.