FAIL: Website For Michael Cohen Redirects To Trump’s Campaign Website

FAIL: Website For Michael Cohen Redirects To Trump’s Campaign Website

FAIL: Website For Michael Cohen Redirects To Trump’s Campaign Website

US President Donald Trump warned on Thursday (Aug 23) of a stock market crash if he were removed from office, playing his ace card - the economy - to stave off talk of impeachment.

"I'll tell you what, if I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash", he said.

Some congressional Democrats have raised impeachment after Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, implicated Trump this week in a felony: a scheme to pay hush money to women who claimed they had affairs with Trump, and to prevent them from going public during the 2016 presidential election.

Special counsel Robert Mueller is continuing to investigate possible coordination between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 election and whether Trump has tried to obstruct that probe.

"You know", he said, "people make up stories".

Speaking anonymously to Vanity Fair, one Trump friend said, "Holy shit, I thought Pecker would be the last one to turn".

MichaelCohenTruth.com now redirects to a GoFundMe page titled "President Trump's Border Wall" on mobile devices.

"While I am Attorney General, the actions of the Department of Justice will not be improperly influenced by political considerations", Sessions said. But Trump and his allies were caught off-guard when Cohen also pleaded guilty to campaign finance crimes, which, for the first time, took the swirling criminal probes directly to the president.

"In fact, I watched a number of [TV] shows".

In entering a guilty plea, Cohen said the payments were made "in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office", in clear reference to Trump.

Cohen has meanwhile pleaded guilty to two counts of violating campaign finance laws, along with six counts of fraud - identifying Trump as his co-conspirator when it came to the hush payments.

That tool "almost ought to be outlawed".

In the interview, Trump argued, incorrectly, that the hush-money payouts weren't "even a campaign violation" because he subsequently reimbursed Cohen for the payments personally instead of with campaign funds. Contributions of 200 words or more will be considered for publication.

Mr Trump has repeatedly denied having any knowledge of the payments at the time, while accepting they were made using his funds - to which Mr Cohen had access.

When asked about the possibility of being impeached, the president dismissed what the Constitution says about the issue and said the only criteria for impeachment should be whether he's doing his job well or not.

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