Michael Cohen and John Dean “the RAT”

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Michael Cohen, former attorney for President Trump

Michael Cohen and John Dean “the RAT”

I have to repeat myself because history is repeating itself.

Richard Nixon resigned in 1974 facing impeachment because of the Watergate break-in scandal. I was only two years old at the time, so what I know about that time period, I have had to research on my own. However, I have a better idea because it is 2018.

Michael Cohen, who could be facing criminal charges before the end of the month, is being represented by Lanny Davis, who has been communicating with none other than John Dean, the former White House Counsel to Richard Nixon.

Dean had flipped on Nixon when it became obvious that he was going to be Nixon’s fall guy.

Read: Michael Cohen Facing Criminal Charges Soon

“I certainly don’t want to raise expectations that Mr. Cohen has anything like the level of deep involvement and detailed knowledge that John Dean had in the Nixon White House as a witness to Nixon’s crimes, but I did see some similarities and wanted to learn from what John went through.” – Lanny Davis interview with Politico.

Read: History Repeats itself with Don McGahn White House Counsel

Davis and Dean have known each other for more than two decades. With the media frenzy of Don McGahn the White House Counsel speaking with Robert Mueller, guess who took to Twitter to call Dean a “RAT.”

The failing @nytimes wrote a Fake piece today implying that because White House Councel Don McGahn was giving hours of testimony to the Special Councel, he must be a John Dean type “RAT.” But I allowed him and all others to testify – I didn’t have to. I have nothing to hide……- President Trump tweet August 19, 2018.

By the way, the President interviews with “the failing New York Times” every chance he gets.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
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