One bombshell book released before the election is going to be bad news for Trump
No American President running for re-election has ever faced a coordinated smear campaign like Donald Trump.
And now things are about to get worse.
And that’s because this bombshell book released before the election is going to be bad news for Trump.
Former Trump attorney turned rat Michael Cohen announced on social media that he was releasing a book entitled Disloyal: A Memoir. The true story of the former personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump.
Cohen went to prison after he flipped on the President and pled guilty to lying to Congress and other campaign finance violations as part of the Robert Mueller witch hunt.
That led to Cohen – who once claimed he would take a bullet for Trump – turning into a Trump critic in order to curry favor with the Fake News Media and Deep State prosecutors to try and win a lighter prison sentence.
When that failed, Cohen is now trying to turn his “resistance” celebrity status into financial gain.
Cohen knows what he needs to feed his audience to sell books so he delves right back into the discredited Russian collusion conspiracy theory.
“Both sides were wrong. I knew that the reality was much more complicated and dangerous. Trump had colluded with the Russians, but not in the sophisticated ways imagined by his detractors. I also knew that the Mueller investigation was not a witch-hunt,” Cohen wrote in a leaked excerpt.
Cohen also claims that President Trump did collude with the Russians.
“Trump had cheated in the election, with Russian connivance, as you will discover in these pages, because doing anything — and I mean anything — to ‘win’ has always been his business model and way of life,” Cohen also wrote.
Anyone with the slightest bit of common sense can tell that this is an obvious lie.
If Trump did collude with the Russians, Cohen would have already turned the evidence over to Mueller and it would have been included in the report.
But even Mueller and his Democrat prosecutors were forced to admit they could not find evidence of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians.