Michael Cohen’s Plea Deal ‘Not Nearly As Deadly’ As Some Would Like To Think

Obama was fined $375,000 by the Federal Election Commission for campaign reporting violations in 2008. That’s one of the largest fines ever levied against a president.

Obviously, this fact has been overlooked by the MSM and completely brushed under the rug. The total was 1.8 million. The Stormy Daniels payoff is just peanuts compared to that number.

But hey Obama is a Democrat so I guess that makes it was ok.

Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz on the potential impact of Michael Cohen’s guilty plea to campaign finance law violations in covering up alleged Trump extramarital affairs and the verdict in ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s fraud trial.

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Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said Michael Cohen’s plea deal is “not nearly as deadly” to President Donald Trump as it seems to be, on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“Remember as Judge Ellis said it, when they squeeze people like Manafort or Cohen, they squeeze them not only to sing but sometimes to compose and it’s very easy to embellish a story,” Dershowitz said Tuesday.

“All he has to do then is say, ‘And the president directed me to do it.’ That’s the kind of embellishment that people put on a story when they want to avoid dying in prison. When the prosecutor says to them, ‘You have two choices. You’ll die in prison, or you can give me a story that I can use to go and get the president.’” More

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