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Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen, in guilty plea, says made payments at candidate's direction

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Just now, mtls2005 said:

 

Be patient. And be careful what you wish for.

 

These investigations are complicated and take a long, long, long time. Just ask Ken Starr, and Brett Kavanaugh.

 

 

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Fair enough let's see.  I think they will damage him along the way for political purposes and there will be no collusion at the end. But who knows?

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3 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

Not at all I was for Bernie and think Trumps a megalomaniac but I want truth, not petty liberal 'get him at all costs'.  If he's done wrong let's see it in cold, hard facts.  Paying off girls is unsavory but endemic I want to see the BIG stuff like collusion.

It’s coming.

 

Though I’m not at all convinced you want to see it.

 

We’ll check back on your response when the real dirt arrives.

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"Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen"

Is attorney - client privilege null and void when one is no longer retained?


 

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3 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

I think they will damage him along the way for political purposes and there will be no collusion at the end.

 

He's arguably damaged himself - seems to be one of his many, many, many, many character faults. Daddy issues?

 

Conspiracy, not collusion, will be proven. Of that, I have no doubt. Whether trump was directly involved is 50/50. His gang definitely conspired with Russians.

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3 minutes ago, Curt1591 said:

"Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen"

Is attorney - client privilege null and void when one is no longer retained?


 

 

Try to keep up; this was covered months ago.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, mtls2005 said:

 

Try to keep up; this was covered months ago.

 

 

I don't spend that much time on these topics. I find all the insults and name calling quite childish and annoying.

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made "topic" plural before I was criticised for that
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IT is over. This all reminds me of Al Capone getting caught on tax evasion, because you know this was just the tip of the iceberg with trump. 

 

There are still more problems possible with both cohen and manaford. There could possibly be more recordings made by cohen which would absolutely end trump. Then even if he did make it through all this, the muller report is still coming, and who knows what other endictments on people who could flip on him. Plus there are hundreds of cia and fbi agents denouncing his actions. 

 

There comesa time when you can't buy and lawyer your way out of problems any longer, and trump has reached that time. 

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4 minutes ago, utalkin2me said:

IT is over. This all reminds me of Al Capone getting caught on tax evasion, because you know this was just the tip of the iceberg with trump. 

 

There are still more problems possible with both cohen and manaford. There could possibly be more recordings made by cohen which would absolutely end trump. Then even if he did make it through all this, the muller report is still coming, and who knows what other endictments on people who could flip on him. Plus there are hundreds of cia and fbi agents denouncing his actions. It is over. 

 

Unfortunately nothing is over. This is just a small bump that may or may not have any significance. Al Capone was judged by a system that wanted him convicted. Trump will be judged by Congress...most of whom have done far worse than he is being accused of, and are likely terrified of setting a precedent that could come back on them.

 

No, this is a show. Nothing more. Nothing is over. Clinton was caught dead to rights in a perjury scandal, and walked away without a scratch. This is a minor bump by comparison, and anyone who thinks most politicians at that level haven't illegally colluded to win an election (Really? A politician paying someone off to hide a scandal is news?) during their career is living in fantasy land.

 

Is Trump guilty? Of course. Does it matter? Probably not.

 

There are so many skeletons in so many closets that this has very little chance of meaning anything.

 

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29 minutes ago, Curt1591 said:

"Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen"

Is attorney - client privilege null and void when one is no longer retained?


 

Irrelevant, the court appointed a ‘Special Master’ who has reviewed Cohen’s documents and records (including tape recordings).

 

Almost all have been released to the FBI as not subject to ‘Client/Attorney Privileged’.

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4 minutes ago, Monomial said:

 

Unfortunately nothing is over. This is just a small bump that may or may not have any significance. Al Capone was judged by a system that wanted him convicted. Trump will be judged by Congress...most of whom have done far worse than he is being accused of, and are likely terrified of setting a precedent that could come back on them.

 

No, this is a show. Nothing more. Nothing is over. Clinton was caught dead to rights in a perjury scandal, and walked away without a scratch. This is a minor bump by comparison, and anyone who thinks most politicians at that level haven't illegally colluded to win an election (Really? A politician paying someone off to hide a scandal is news?) during their career is living in fantasy land.

 

Is Trump guilty? Of course. Does it matter? Probably not.

 

There are so many skeletons in so many closets that this has very little chance of meaning anything.

 

"Trump will be judged by Congress...most of whom have done far worse than he is being accused of, and are likely terrified of setting a precedent that could come back on them.
Most members of congress have done far worse? Evidence?

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