Listen: Guilty pleas, indictments abound in Trump-Russia probe
"Michael Cohen the truth teller who is now speaking truth to power about President Trump. But you know, a ways back he was Michael Cohen the guy who would take a bullet for President Trump and would go during the dangling pardon phase to ask for one. So he's guys flipped. I mean, Jack, why would he do this? I mean, this is this is not true by any you know, any reasonable. You know, looking at this right at best. I think Patrick said it misleading and really ally it would seem to any normal person. And he also said in in that testimony. You know that he never wanted a job at the White House. Many of us. Analysts know that. That's not true. Why would he lie about some things in there? And that all important meeting went, by the way, he's going to prison for lying to congress. It's nuts. But look Michael Cohen is a Griff tour. Okay. That's who he is. And that's why the two things that I choose to focus on when it comes to Michael Cohen are his two guilty pleas. He pled guilty in federal court to campaign finance violations produced evidence documentary evidence. And in fact, this other district is convinced that Donald Trump was a part of that crime. That's why Trump is effectively an unindicted co-conspirator in that case, he pled guilty to perjury before congress the truth of the matter was that the Trump Tower Moscow discussions were going on between the Trump team and the Russians throughout the two thousand sixteen campaign when Cohen perjured himself. He said that wasn't a fact so those are the things about Michael Cohen that are most salient, and it's interesting to me everyone who's been calling him a lie. Liar and perjurer if that's what you're going to call them, then you ought to own the truth of the matter."