Cohen willing to tell Mueller about ‘conspiracy to collude’: lawyer

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Michael Cohen is willing to speak with Special Counsel Robert Mueller about a “conspiracy to collude” with Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign, his lawyer said on Tuesday night.

Cohen — who pleaded guilty earlier on Tuesday to helping President Trump pay hush money to two women — wants to tell Mueller that Trump knew of an infamous 2016 meeting at Trump Tower and the Russian hacking of Democratic institutions before they took place, Lanny Davis told MSNBC.

“Mr. Cohen has knowledge on certain subjects that should be of interest to the special counsel and is more than happy to tell the special counsel all that he knows,” Davis told the network.

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https://nypost.com/2018/08/21/cohen-willing-to-tell-mueller-about-conspiracy-to-collude-lawyer/

Ultimately this will come down to whether there is any real evidence, like recordings, to prove his case. If not, then it will be about who is more credible, Trump or Cohen......
 

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Ultimately this will come down to whether there is any real evidence, like recordings, to prove his case. If not, then it will be about who is more credible, Trump or Cohen......
Didn't it become clear a while back that Cohen regularly recorded meetings and conversations with his client(s)? I do wonder what he has beyond with the FBI got from the raid.
 

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Didn't it become clear a while back that Cohen regularly recorded meetings and conversations with his client(s)? I do wonder what he has beyond with the FBI got from the raid.
If he has prove, and it seems likely that he may do, then what will happen?

Will he lose his base and supporters? No

Will he lose the support from the Republicans in Congress? Unlikely

Will this cost him in bid for second term though? Definitely
 

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Looks like the MSM has their material for the next few days.

This won't cost Trump a thing.

Two years of wishful thinking and on it goes...
 
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If he has prove, and it seems likely that he may do, then what will happen?

Will he lose his base and supporters? No

Will he lose the support from the Republicans in Congress? Unlikely

Will this cost him in bid for second term though? Definitely
Pretty much, as sad as that is. It's a good thing Trump only has to lose a small amount of votes in the right places to fail to win his re-election.
 

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Looks like the MSM has their material for the next few days.

This won't cost Trump a thing.

Two years of wishful thinking and on it goes...
Let's just say, for argument's sake, that Trump did collude or conspire with Russia. Would that make you change your opinion at all? Would it affect your support?
 

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Yep Trump is definitely going do something crazy today to deflect.
 

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Time to end Donald "grab them by the pussy" Trump.

I hope his premature-ending presidency will be viewed in history books in 2100 as a blip in America's timeline. Support for this trash is inexcusable.
 
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Time to end Donald "grab them by the pussy" Trump.

I hope his premature-ending presidency will be viewed in history books in 2100 as a blip in America's timeline. Support for this trash is inexcusable.
It would be nice but I doubt it happens.
 

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Pretty much, as sad as that is. It's a good thing Trump only has to lose a small amount of votes in the right places to fail to win his re-election.
Bill Clinton's impeachment actually made Clinton much more popular.
 
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A good week for Trump. Too bad, all of the late night hosts were on vacation this week.
 

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Let's hear the tapes then. Guy is facing years in the can, has a long history of denying this, and also secretly records his own clients. No tapes = no credibility.
 

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Let's hear the tapes then. Guy is facing years in the can, has a long history of denying this, and also secretly records his own clients. No tapes = no credibility.
Type would be the best. Or he could have other corroborating witness.