Trump asks Cohen taping call ‘inconceivable’ may be illegal

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Cohen records Trump discuss payments model

Donald Trump, the former lawyer Michael Cohen is secretly recorded conversation with then-candidate Trump, two months before the presidential election, in which you make payments discussed that have never been made to a former Playboy model.

President Trump on Saturday described the former lawyer Michael Cohen is taping a private conversation between you as “completely excluded is & perhaps illegal,” but he reassured Fans that he has not done anything wrong.

Trump not to mention Cohen by name, but appeared as a reaction to reports that Cohen recorded a conversation with him in September 2016, in which they discussed possible payments to former Playboy model Karen McDougal-who claims she had an affair with trump in 2006.

The New York Times first reported that the FBI confiscated the recording during the raid earlier this year at Cohen’s office, as part of an investigation into the former trump for the lawyer payments to women down stories about its principal dangers in the run-up to the election in 2016 — a practice known as “catch-and-kill.” Fox News has confirmed that the details of the Band.

On Saturday, Trump slam both the FBI RAID, and Cohen ‘ s appeared to behave as “unimaginable.”

“Unthinkable that the government, he tweeted the break – in at a lawyer’s office (in the morning) – almost unknown,”. “Even more conceivable that a lawyer would have excluded the tape-a-client – of completely & perhaps illegal.”

Inconceivable that the government of the break-in at a lawyer’s office (in the morning) – almost unknown. Even more conceivable that a lawyer would have excluded the tape-a-client – of completely & maybe illegal. The good news is that your favorite President did nothing wrong!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 21, 2018

But, you might ask questions in reference to whether he violated any campaign Finance laws had added Trump, “your favorite President did nothing wrong!”


Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani expressed a similar sentiment, as he told the Times that, while it was a discussion that the payment was never made, and the Band showed that Trump had not done anything wrong.

“Nothing in a conversation suggests, he’s all I know about it in advance,” Giuliani told The Times. He also said that Trump said Cohen, that each payment should be by cheque, not cash, so it could be documented properly.

“In the Grand scheme of things, it is a powerful mitigating evidence,” he said.

The Wall Street Journal reported in November 2016, McDougal was paid $ 150,000 by American Media, Inc. — the parent company of the National Enquirer — for the rights to the story, but it never ran.

The FBI is also investigating Cohen’s payment of $130,000, adult film star Stormy Daniels in the weeks before the election in exchange for the silence about an alleged one-time encounter with Trump. Trump has each affair denied with either Daniels or McDougal.

Fox News’ John Roberts contributed to this report.

Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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