Trump’s lawyer warns Americans would ‘revolt’ if he is impeached

April FrancisAug 28, 2018

The source declined to provide further details.

A co-operation deal between Mr. Weisselberg and prosecutors could be damaging to Mr. Trump given the executive's long-time role in Mr. Trump's business affairs. Weisselberg was also treasurer of The Donald J. Trump Foundation, the president's nonprofit, which has been sued by the NY attorney general for alleged violations of state law. "At some point you may want to participate and me!" - added trump. We all know that. "There's nothing he has that would hurt".

Americans would revolt if President Donald Trump is eventually impeached under some phony "political" reason by the newly-elected and potentially hostile presidential Congress, Rudy Giuliani has claimed. Alan Futerfas, an outside lawyer for the New York-based company, declined to comment. Last week, Cohen pleaded guilty to eight counts of campaign-finance violations, and directly implicated Trump in directing him to make hush-money payments.

Trump initially denied knowing anything about the payments.

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Cohen's attorney clarified the record, saying his client does not know if President Trump knew about the Trump Tower meeting (out of which came nothing!),"Trump tweeted". And now Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a fierce critic of Trump until he wielded the power of the presidency, is signaling that Sessions' firewall may have cracks by suggesting a new attorney general nominee could be considered after the November elections.

President Donald Trump unloaded on the media, the FBI and his own attorney general in a Saturday morning Twitter rant - saying he "may have to get involved" in the investigations into the 2016 presidential campaign. One of the executives is American Media chief executive officer David Pecker, a long-time Trump friend. According to the book, that moment was the culmination of Vladimir Putin's long mission to undermine Western democracy, a mission that he and his hand-selected group of oligarchs and Mafia kingpins had ensnared Trump in, which started more than twenty years ago with the massive bailout of a string of sensational Trump hotel and casino failures in Atlantic City. Davis began striking back at the White House and lobbed a clear warning shot at the president when he released a secret recording of a conversation in which Trump appears to have knowledge about hush-money payments to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who also alleged an affair with the developer. But several reports said the newspaper may not be able to use that defense because it was acting more as a political operation than a news organization.

Federal campaign finance law limits individual donations to $2,700 per election, requires the disclosure of any donation over $200, and defines a contribution as anything of value given, loaned or advanced to influence a federal election.

Look, some of Trump's early supporters were clearly grifters looking for a bigger piece of the pie. US intelligence agencies have concluded it did interfere.

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