Michael Cohen, Trump’s Former Lawyer, Just Registered As A Democrat … Again

13 October, 2018, 14:32 | Author: Denise Dawson
  • Michael Cohen former lawyer to U.S. President Donald Trump exits the Federal Courthouse

Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime former personal attorney, has switched parties to become a Democrat.

President Donald Trump defended his decision to appear at a political rally in Pennsylvania as the most powerful hurricane on record to slam into the Florida Panhandle left at least two people dead and a swath of destruction.

Cohen had been a registered Democrat for years until changing his registration in March 2017.

The president commented that Pennsylvania was considered the state that Republicans always tried to win in presidential elections, reminding supporters that they helped him win the state.

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Cohen worked as the Republican National Committee's deputy finance chairman and resigned in June amid a federal criminal investigation.

Cohen pleaded guilty in August to eight federal charges. The news was originally reported by Axios. He has been on the outs with the Trump administration for months as a result of his fraud and campaign finance probe.

The move comes amid the souring ties between Trump and Cohen over adult actress Stormy Daniels' legal action against the duo over a Dollars 130,000 non-disclosure agreement, in which the porn star had agreed to stay quiet about her alleged affair with Trump. He also said he did so specifically to influence the outcome of the election. It's unclear when the interview would air.

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