Trump’s longtime personal attorney and “fixer” will testify on Wednesday that he was in the room when Donald Trump, Jr. informed his father about the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian operatives.
In an article published in The New Republic Wednesday a national security expert says that President Donald Trump committed crimes publicly, as he convinced his allies to lie to law enforcement for him.
The White House told the media on Monday that President Donald Trump would not take any questions after he admitted on Twitter that his son may have colluded with Russians during the 2016 campaign.
“JUST IN: White House announces a travel/photo lid, which means no public appearances by Trump today as new questions swirl around that 2016 Trump Tower meeting to get dirt on Hillary Clinton.”
According to Monday’s Morning Joe panel, President Donald Trump’s frantic weekend tweetstorm shows that he knows that his son Donald Trump Jr. is in serious legal trouble. They also said Trump’s inner circle “won’t be able to hide from the legal consequences much longer” because “the walls are closing in.”
Tuesday morning’s Morning Joe panel ruthlessly made fun of Donald Trump’s television lawyer Rudy Giuliani for his bizarre series of recent TV interviews that seemed to do Trump more harm than good and left even Fox News hosts completely confused.
Yesterday’s headline on ABC News read: “Joint defense with Cohen over; experts hired to analyze Trump-Cohen tape: Giuliani.”
This may not have seemed like a very important news item but it actually is confirmation that Michael Cohen is cutting a plea deal with prosecutors and is ready to now “flip” on his former boss Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump on Friday angrily attacked his former lawyer Michael Cohen, who yesterday said he is ready to testify to special counsel Robert Mueller that the president had direct knowledge of the critical 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian agents.
The misleading cover story crafted by the administration aboard Air Force One is under intense scrutiny as part of Mueller's investigation.
The idea that Trump's closest family members and advisers were communicating with Russian officials without Donald Trump's knowledge is becoming increasingly unlikely.