In a dramatic appearance on Capitol Hill Wednesday, President Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, portrayed his former boss as a racist, a conman, a cheat, and a crook. He alleged that Mr. Trump committed a range of criminal act, including after he won the Presidency.
The last time Mr. Cohen appeared before Congress, he lied about how long discussions about building a Trump Tower in Moscow continued. On May 6, Mr. Cohen begins a three year prison term, in part, due to those false statements. Mr. Cohen said he lied to cover for Mr. Trump.
In his testimony, Mr. Cohen portrayed himself as a victim of misplaced loyalty seeking redemption. Should we believe him? And if so, what do the allegations he raised mean for Donald Trump?
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