Skip to comments.Michael Cohen has made 'a declaration of independence' from President Trump, lawyer says
Posted on 07/10/2018 6:44:06 PM PDT by Jonty30
Michael Cohen's new attorney says his client has made a "declaration of independence" from Donald Trump and no longer would take a bullet for the president in any investigation.
Lanny Davis is a douche nozzle.
He has nothing
Do you really think Cohen and President Trump were doing anything illegal? LOL Only a braindead democrat or never Trumper would think so
Attorney client privilege isn’t owned by the attorney. It is owned by the client.
I don’t think Trump did anything illegal, but that doesn’t mean that he can’t be subject to malicious prosecution.
Lanny is using his client to run a democrat opp.
He is using Cohens statement to imply there is something being covered up. So sorry for Cohen that all the good lawyers were too afraid of losing other clients to take his case that he had to settle for a democrat political operative who happens to be a lawyer.
John Pederast’s lawyer.
This will be tomorrow’s talking points in all of the MSM channels.
It’s another Deep State Fishing Expedition on the SS RosemWeasel captained by Weasel “GET TRUMP!” Mueller.
Does anyone remember the Robert Crumb Zap Comics cartoons in the late 1960s?
Question: What does it all mean, Mr.Natural?
Mr. Natural: It don’t mean sh**.
AKA Lackey Davis.
you misspelled persecution
Where is the nearest GLBTQWERTYXYZ zoo?
‘The Hill’ is a shill.
Everyone knows it is pretty much every man for himself in these situations.
That said — this seems like a made up story.
“Do you really think Cohen and President Trump were doing anything illegal?”
With today’s rabidly anti-Trump FBI and lower than pond scum Mueller, they don’t need any real evidence. They will simply make something up.
It’s been done before to people they didn’t want half as bad as the President. There is no rule of law with these girls and boys.
Agree, and I wonder who's paying Davis since Cohen is apparently broke.
Yep, that’s a fact.
And if a client decides to give up the attorney-client privilege, the attorney has grounds to walk away.
Be careful Mr. Cohen. You may be giving up your chance at a pardon.
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