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Cohen says that he ‘threatened’ Trump ‘ s schools on the possible release of the notes

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President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen’s prepared remarks to the House Oversight and Reform Committee released before his public hearing; Catherine Herridge has the details.

The former trump lawyer Michael Cohen told a house Committee on Wednesday that he was threatened by the schools President, Trump visited on the possible publication of his notes during the 2016 campaign — promises to hold them liable “to the fullest extent of the law”, if you then-candidate Trump, his records to the public.

Cohen, presented to the house oversight and Reform Committee with a letter he said he wrote “Mr. Trump’s direction, threatened his high school, colleges and the College Board, the not for the publication of his grades or SAT scores.“

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He said it was a proof of trump, a “conman”.

“When I say imposter, I’m talking about a man who is brilliant, but pointed me to threaten his high school, its colleges, and the College Board, never release his grades or SAT scores,” he said.

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May 2015, letter to Rev. Joseph McShane, President of Fordham University, informed him that publication of such records without the trump card of ” consent “is expressly prohibited by law, any violation of suspend, the topic of education-institution of both criminal and civil liability and damage (including, among other things, significant fines, penalties and even the potential loss of state funding, and other resources.”

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“The crime result in sentenced to a prison sentence,” he said.

The letter goes on to threaten that if the records were released, “we keep your institution shall be liable to the full extent of the law, including the damage and crime.” It ends with the prompt, McShane respond, “to tell me that the records were permanently sealed.”

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In his testimony, Cohen noted that Trump had repeatedly claimed President Barack Obama to release his college transcripts, that Obama has not earned accepted to Ivy League schools.

“The irony was not lost on me at the time that Mr Trump in 2011, had strongly showed President Obama for not free, its notes criticized,” Cohen told the Committee, and presented a news article that Trump is calling Obama, “a terrible student” and to ask how Obama was accepted to Harvard Law School and Columbia University.

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