Michael Cohen says prosecutors have ‘mounting evidence’ against Trump
"It has to do with his finances, it has to do with his tax returns."
Michael Cohen, former President Trump's personal attorney, speaks on the legal issues Trump may face after leaving the White House.
"It has to do with his finances, it has to do with his tax returns, it has to do with his real estate, it has to do with the personal accounts he prepared and provided to get credit," said Cohen on CBSN Thursday.
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A number of investigations could obscure Trump after January if he leaves office, including Congressional inquiries and investigations by the Attorney General of New York and Washington, DC and the District Attorney of Manhattan, according to CBS News.
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Cohen claims he has been questioned by investigators and that they are "well prepared" to act "relatively quickly" with a possible case against Trump.
"I believe there is more and more evidence to prosecute," Cohen said. "Some of it is civil, of course, and other parts are criminal."
Cohen pleaded guilty in 2018 and lied to Congress. He has been sentenced to three years in prison but is currently serving his remaining time under house arrest due to the COVID-19 pandemic, TheGrio previously reported.
"I know what you are looking for," Cohen said of the investigation into Trump's finances, claiming there was "a lot of evidence" against the president.
"What he is right now is very, very nervous and he's very scared because in 27 days he knows Joe Biden will be sworn in and then there will be a plethora of litigation and subpoenas that will be flying around that he is." can no longer control, ”said Cohen.
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Cohen worked as Trump's "fixer" for years until he realized he was "being used as a scapegoat by Trump and the administration," he said on CBSN.
Some of Trump's staff received a presidential pardon this week, but Cohen wasn't on the list - and he didn't expect Trump to pardon his crimes after their fallout.
"I firmly believe that those who have accepted Trump's filth will have the stench of corruption that follows their name and the name of their family in the decades to come," he said. "It's just another shameful Trump act."
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