Trump wants 'full and complete' sentence for his former lawyer Cohen

Trump wants 'full and complete' sentence for his former lawyer Cohen

Trump wants 'full and complete' sentence for his former lawyer Cohen

Attorney George Conway's nearly daily attacks via Twitter reached a new level of scrutiny on Monday night when Eric Trump inserted himself into their family squabble by calling out Conway over his "utter disrespect" for his wife. A day earlier, he admitted in a plea deal with Mueller that he had lied to Congress about the timeline for a proposed Trump Organization development project in Moscow. Stone said he wanted Corsi to try to obtain emails the group possessed about Clinton. Stone told ABC on Sunday that he'd be forced to "make things up, and I'm not going to do that".

The president has been attacking his former lawyer for a few months, though as recently as last April, he was betting that Cohen wouldn't turn on him, writing that "most people will flip if the government lets them out of trouble, even if it means lying or making up stories".

Trump tweets Monday: "You mean he can do all of the bad, unrelated to Trump, things having to do with fraud, big loans, Taxis, etc., and not serve a long prison term?"

Trump tweeted his praise for Stone Monday by beginning with a paraphrase. It referenced sections of the federal criminal code dealing with witness tampering, among other things, reports CNBC. In the same Twitter stream, Trump drew a contrast to Roger Stone. Daniels was later paid not to discuss the claim, a move central to former Trump fixer Michael Cohen's current legal troubles.

"Bob Mueller (who is a much different man than people think) and his out of control band of Angry Democrats, don't want the truth, they only want lies".

"Those who said the president's warm and complimentary tweet constitutes witness tampering should be reminded that I have never been contacted by any investigative body and therefore, by definition, this can not be true", Stone told the Daily Caller's Saagar Enjeti.

Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone arrives to testify in the House Intelligence Committee'™s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, September 26, 2017.

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