The Steele Dossier, Michael Cohen, and Prague
Updated at 6:05 p.m.
Michael Cohen isn’t going away anytime soon, well, except for prison in March of 2019, but you know what I mean. What is also not going away is the Steele Dossier that for all the talk of it being fake per President Trump’s tweets, it has yet to be disproven, but there are also accounts that have not been corroborated.
As we know, Cohen is cooperating with Special Counsel Mueller and we can expect a lot of information to be released whether all at once, or little by little by Trump’s former fixer. The latest?
Signals from Cohen’s cell phone were traced off cell towers in Prague, you know, where Cohen said he never went initially until he was caught with his lies to Congress.
The signals occurred in the summer of 2016 and eavesdropping by the Eastern European intelligence agency picked up a conversation among Russians talking about Cohen.
What this does is add more credibility to Christopher Steele’s dossier which had mentioned that Cohen had met with Russian officials.
Remember, President Trump claimed throughout his campaign and presidency that he had nothing to do with Russia, until the Letter of Intent for the Moscow Trump Tower was uncovered, and now Trump and Rudy Giuliani have taken back their original statements and released it with a “so what.”
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Now, the question is what did Cohen discuss with the Russians and to what extent Trump knew about it and how can it be proven? Does Cohen have text messages, emails, or more recorded audio?
When Cohen’s office was raided by the FBI, it was reported than Cohen had more than 100 recordings and multiple cell phones.
Cohen’s attorney Lanny Davis did deny reports of Cohen in Prague, but it’s also possible that Mueller has advised Cohen to deny everything in order to not jeopardize the investigation.
Below is a tweet from Michael Cohen initially.
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This post was updated to post the following tweet by Michael Cohen.
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