4.) Trump Is Right

4.) Trump Is Right
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  Michael Cohen’s statements that the book was going to be overwhelmingly positive about Trump really hurt the credibility of his testimony before Congress. In Congress, he said a slew of things that were negative about Trump but as Trump pointed out on Twitter his remarks are not fully accurate as he had written what Trump called a “Love Letter” before this testimony.


 Source: TTN staff

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