President Donald Trump on Thursday accused his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen of lying to federal prosecutors about a proposed real estate project in Russia in order to get leniency when he is sentenced for a new guilty plea and a prior one.
Michael Cohen made millions off Donald Trump, but now claims to be a trusting soul who deserves mercy for lying and lawbreaking.
President Trump said he would be "proud to shut down the government" over border security.
The president spoke after his former personal attorney appeared in federal court and entered a guilty plea for misstatements to Congress in closed-door testimony.
Michael Cohen appeared in federal court on Thursday morning to plead guilty to lying to Congress and testify that Donald Trump continued his attempts to make a real estate deal in Russia even while he was publicly denying that any such deal was in the works. Cohen’s deal clears the way for his continued testimony to both federal prosecutors and the special counsel. But his testimony is just one event in a list of jaw-dropping events related to the Trump-Russia investigation. It’s a week in which...
President Donald Trump blasted Michael Cohen as a “weak person” on Thursday, accusing him of “lying” after news emerged that his former lawyer made a plea deal in the Robert Mueller investigation.
Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's personal lawyer, has accused special counsel Robert Mueller's team of being so driven by "their zeal to get the president" that they are plotting to push witnesses in the Russia investigation to lie.
On Monday, President Donald Trump had a press conference on the White House lawn before heading to a campaign rally for disgraced Mississippi Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith (R). During the press conference, a reporter asked the president about his immigration policy. Trump has been highly criticized for his stance on immigration. Over the weekend, Trump authorized the shooting of tear gas from the U.S. border into Mexico against migrants. When asked about his family separation …
After a federal judge in Texas ruled the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, the law looks like it will once again head to the Supreme Court.
What a difference and election—and bad press—makes. Officials in the Department of Health and Human Services are all of a sudden "on best behavior" when it comes to promoting open enrollment in the Affordable Care Act. Why? Administration staff tell Politico that it's all about "the prospect of House Democrats conducting investigations and the agency wanting to show that it's being transparent and responsive."
On Thursday, Late Night host Seth Meyers mocked President Donald Trump for the latest unfolding of scandals surrounding him. Trump’s former lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for implicating Trump in a hush-money scandal. Cohen said that he would rather go to prison than stay locked into loyalty to the president. “You know you are hard to work for when going to prison is a relief,” Meyers joked. Meyer continued