President Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen will assert his Fifth Amendment rights in porn actress Stormy Daniels’ civil case as he faces an investigation into his business practices from the FBI, led by Christopher Wray.
Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein made it known to President Trump that the president himself was not involved in the “investigation” that stemmed from an FBI raid on Cohen’s office early in the morning.
President Trump said on Twitter that he suspected the FBI was trying to “flip” Cohen by threatening him with a charge so that he would give up something on Trump.
Meanwhile Stormy Daniels — represented by a longtime Rahm Emanuel and Joe Biden opposition researcher — is suing Cohen in California federal court. Will Michael Cohen flip in the California case?
Not happening, says Michael Cohen. Also, there is no evidence of any wrongdoing in any of these investigations led by Robert Mueller and fronted by James Comey.
President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is asserting his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination in porn star Stormy Daniels’ civil case in California, citing the ongoing criminal probe of him in New York, two reports say.
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