The untold truth of Michael Cohen

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To do so would open him up to grand jury subpoenas, federal charges and civil suits for the rest of his life. But Trump is no ordinary subject.

In an interview with Bloomberg TV on Wednesday, Davis again addressed the Prague allegation, stating, "By the way, the number of times that falsehood has been repeated - I'm not accusing you - is the classic example that if you mention something a million times and you get Google hits and they're all false, it's zero-zero".

The payments to the women could be regarded as an illegal campaign expenditure if the money was clearly meant to influence the 2016 election.

Trump's longtime fixer acknowledged in court on Tuesday that he violated campaign finance laws by paying hush money to two women "in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office". One of these claims involves "hush money" paid to porn star Stormy Daniels, who Trump allegedly had an affair with in 2006. But Cohen told the judge he arranged both contributions, at Trump's direction, "for the principal objective of influencing the election".

Prosecutors wrote that they could back up Cohen's admissions through evidence obtained from the FBI's April raids on Cohen's home, office, and hotel room.

Trump praised Manafort for going to trial, in which the president's former campaign chief was found guilty of eight counts of financial fraud.

The section of U.S. code dealing with conspiracy states that if "two or more persons conspire either to commit any offence against the United States, or to defraud the United States, or any agency thereof in any manner or for any goal, and one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, each shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both", should the crime committed be a felony.

CNN reported last month that Cohen was willing to testify to special counsel Robert Mueller that Trump knew in advance of the meeting, during which the Russian lawyer offered "dirt" on then-candidate Hillary Clinton. Between June 6, 1974, when a grand jury revealed Nixon as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Watergate investigation, and August 9, 1974, when Nixon resigned, the S&P 500 declined 13%.

"The investigations related to the email were handled with kid gloves, and the investigations related to Trump. with all-out prosecutorial force of government and deep state might", Penn said. The second sitting member to endorse Trump, Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., was indicted Tuesday on charges of illegally using more than $250,000 in campaign funds to underwrite his lavish personal lifestyle.

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The Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel guidelines stipulate that a sitting president can not be indicted, and Trump's attorneys have highlighted this on a number of occassions.

Russian Federation has denied interfering in the election, but US intelligence agencies have concluded it did interfere.

Mueller's office has not independently confirmed that, The Associated Press noted. As for whether a president can pardon himself, not surprisingly, courts have never had to answer that question.

New York Republican Rep. Jon Tester in Montana "is a vote to put liberal Democrats in control where they will work to impeach President Trump".

Cohen, the president's former personal attorney, this week implicated the president in a stunning plea deal.

Democratic party leaders seem to be cautious, however, about embracing impeachment as a campaign rallying theme.

In short, while few investors with long positions in the stock market would welcome the turmoil that would likely result from impeachment proceedings against Trump, the notion that the turbulence would leave everyone poor is likely more than a little far-fetched.

He declared that while he's attorney general "the actions" of the DOJ "will not be improperly influenced by political considerations".