Political observers the nation over have been on the edge of their seats this week, as Robert Mueller’s investigation in alleged Russian election collusion with the 2016 Trump campaign seemingly comes to a close.
With an anti-Mueller acting Attorney General in Matthew Whitaker, along with a number of the Special Counsel’s plea bargains falling apart at the seams in recent days, there is little doubt that the entire “witch hunt” posse is scrambling to find an end to their madness…before one is presented for them.
Now, in a stunning, late stage development, once-cooperative former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen has now found himself in deeper, hotter water than previously believed.
President Donald Trump’s ex-attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty Thursday to making false statements to Congress about the Russia investigation.
Cohen waived his right to an indictment when he appeared in a New York federal court.Trending:According to the information read out in court, Cohen made a false statement regarding a proposed Trump Tower deal in Moscow that he was working on in 2015 and 2016. He had a discussion about the project at a later date. Cohen had previously said that the deal was stopped in January 2016.