Cohen: 'I Was Acting At The Direction Of And For The Benefit Of Mr. Trump… To Protect Him'
In a one-on-one interview with Rachel Maddow, Michael Cohen says every felony he was charged with was directed by President Trump himself. Cohen says Trump personally approved salacious stories the National Enquirer published about Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio. Cohen also discusses the origins of Trump's "hatred" for President Obama News">Barack Obama, and why he believes he was the only one to be prosecuted for hush money payments. Aired on 09/8/2020.
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