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Michael Cohen testified Wednesday before the House Oversight Committee that he was never in Prague, the launch of a key claim from the unverified anti-Trump-dossier.
“Have you ever been in Prague?” Rep., Ralph Norman, R-S. C., asked Cohen on Wednesday.
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“I’ve never been to Prague,” said Cohen. “I’ve never been in the Czech Republic.”
The questions about Cohen’s alleged trip to Prague to come from the dossier, first published in January 2017 from BuzzFeed News, detailing salacious and unfounded allegations against President Trump. Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, was also named in the dossier.
The dossier explains that Cohen had a “secret meeting/s with the Kremlin officials in August 2016” in Prague.
In August 2017, Cohen, best, the allegations of a ride in the dossier, calling them “completely false.” Cohen is a lawyer, who is Stephen Ryan at the time was also said that Cohen “never traveled to Prague, Czech Republic, shows his passport and not to meet with Kremlin officials in Prague in August 2016.”
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When the dossier was published for the first time, Cohen tweeted on Jan. 10, 2017: “I have never been in Prague in my life. #fake news.”
A member of the Cohen’s current legal team, Lanny Davis, also said last summer that Cohen was never in Prague.
The dossier was written by ex-British spy Christopher Steele, the collected information for the disputed document in the name of Fusion GPS, the was commissioned, the behavior of the opposition research, funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign by the law firm of Perkins Coie.
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The dossier “were guaranteed a substantial part” of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), that the guards are approved, then the trump campaign map Carter-page, according to a house GOP memo alleged government surveillance abuse during 2016.