Sunday, July 29, 2018

Now It's Up To 183 Separate Conversations Known to be Recorded By Michael Cohen

President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that Trump is discussed at some length on a dozen tape recordings made by the president's former longtime attorney, Michael Cohen.

Giuliani said on CBS's "Face the Nation" that Trump's legal team is aware of 183 separate conversations that Cohen recorded. Of those, he said Trump is "discussed at any length" on 11 or 12, and is only recorded on one tape.

(via Huffington Post)


  1. There used to be something called the Attorney/Client privilege.

  2. I guess attorney/client privilege is now a thing of the past?

  3. Skeptical about the substance of these revelations, but if you’re going to be president, you shouldn’t expect to be able to keep secrets from your “employers”, the public, especially this day in age.

  4. Well well well looks like Trump whooped 'em again. Leak the salacious sex story first. Nothing rouses the American public like a good sex scandal. Then start leaking the real stuff. The Cuomo / Cohen tapes. The fake news reporters admitting their TDS on tape. The sex story fades because there's no there there. But we have the media on tape declaring their hatred for Donald Trump and possible willingness to do illegal or unethical things to make sure Trump gets what they say he's got coming to him. Tag 'em and bag 'em, boys. They never learn.