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CNN (36 percent), Quinnipiac (38 percent) and Gallup (40 percent) all recently reported lousy approval ratings for President Trump. We don't yet know if this is statistical "noise," or whether the combination of Bob Woodward's book, the anonymous New York Times op-ed, the Paul Manafort conviction and the Michael Cohen guilty plea have cumulatively taken a toll on Trump's support. These rotten numbers come despite another strong jobs report, highlighting the depth of the president's unpopularity. [Read More]
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Rachel Maddow just had her most-watched week of all-time, and the MSNBC anchor can thank Paul Manafort, Hurricane Florence and Michael Cohen for the record. "The Rachel Maddow Show" had its 10-year anniversary on September 8. For the week of September 10, 2018, she celebrated with her biggest audience ever. Read the full article on The Wrap... [Read More]
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Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing adult film actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen, said on Sunday that he is becoming increasingly serious about a possible run for the presidency in 2020. [Read More]
Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing adult film actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen, said on Sunday that he is becoming increasingly serious about a possi... [Read More]
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According to a report in Vanity Fair, President Donald Trump's former attorney and fixed Michael Cohen is now allegedly in talks with special counsel Robert Mueller's office. [Read More]
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Rachel Maddow reports on lawyers for both Michael Cohen and Donald Trump agreeing to release Stormy Daniels from the non-disclosure agreement, though the timing and apparent collaboration are curious, as is Michael Avenatti's criticism of the offer. [Read More]
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Former Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen has pled guilty to 8 charges, and is cooperating with authorities. What will this mean for Donald Trump? Joy Reid and her panel discuss. [Read More]
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Stormy Daniels is free to talk, so President Donald Trump should be free to walk, his lawyer said in a court filing Friday, claiming that Daniels was wrong to argue earlier this week she still deserves her day in court against both the president and his former fixer Michael Cohen even though they agreed to drop a multimillion-dollar arbitration action against her. [Read More]
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Following the guilty plea of Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Friday, came word that another Trump associate was also working on a cooperating agreement. According to Vanity Fair, attorney Michael Cohen, who has already pleaded guilty to eight... [Read More]
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Former Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen's efforts to "flip" and turn state's evidence to testify against the president could be devastating for the commander-in-chief. Cohen may have information about the so-called "pee pee tape" of Russian prostitutes desecrat... [Read More]
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Vanity Fair is reporting that Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is talking to the Mueller Team. Reacting is Emily Jane Fox, the reporter who broke the news, along with Michael Schmidt, Jeremy Bash, & Barbara McQuade. [Read More]
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Emily Jane Fox, senior reporter for Vanity Fair, talks with Rachel Maddow about her reporting that Donald Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen, who is intimately familiar with the entire Trump family, has been providing information to Robert Mueller's investigators. [Read More]
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Following Paul Manafort's guilty plea and cooperation deal with special counsel Robert Mueller, Vanity Fair magazine's Emily Jane Fox reported that "it has also become common knowledge among close friends of Michael Cohen, Trump's former personal attorney, that Cohen is talking to ... [Read More]
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Hillary Clinton supporters are attacking Bernie Sanders over his "socialist" label, arguing that he can't win an election and will hurt the Democratic party as its nominee. MoveOn.org's Ben Wikler and "The Boston Globe's" Michael Cohen join Lawrence to de... [Read More]
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ABD Başkanı Donald Trump'ın eski kampanya direktörü Paul Manafort, Rusya soruşturmasını yürüten özel yetkili savcı Robert Mueller ile anlaştı, "ABD'ye karşı gizli anlaşma yapmak" ve "adaleti engellemek için komplo kurmak" suçlarını kabul etti. Trump'ın eski ulusal güvenlik danışmanı Michael Flynn ve eski avukatı Michael Cohen de daha önce savcıyla anlaşıp itirafçı olmuştu. [Read More]
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According to a report in Vanity Fair, President Donald Trump's former attorney and fixed Michael Cohen is now allegedly in talks with special counsel Robert Mueller's office.Anonymous sources close to Cohen have reportedly said that it is "common knowledge" he is speaking to Mueller's prosecutors, and suggested that he resents how Trump has left him to dry in his own legal troubles, while not suffering any repercussions for his own misconduct:... [Read More]
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Vanity Fair's Emily Jane Fox discusses her new report on Michael Cohen and the Special Counsel. Plus fmr U.S. attorneys Chuck Rosenberg & Joyce Vance, fmr assistant U.S. attorney Daniel Goldman, WaPo's Ashley Parker, MSNBC national affairs analyst John Heilemann... [Read More]
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Okay, a word of caution here—Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's former lawyer/fixer, is not exactly "cooperating"... yet. What is happening is that he's reportedly talking with the special counsel's team now, in an apparent effort to determine what he has... [Read More]
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NBC News national security contributor Frank Figliuzzi slammed Donald Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani while discussing reports that longtime Trump Organization executive Michael Cohen is seeking a cooperation deal with special counsel Robert Mueller. "Tell me who Michael Cohen is in this story,&#... [Read More]
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It's had become "common knowledge" among friends of Cohen that he's talking to prosecutors in the special counsel's office. [Read More]
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