Michael Cohen Registers as a Democrat

Michael Cohen Registers as a Democrat

Michael Cohen Registers as a Democrat

President Donald Trump mocked the #MeToo movement again at his rally in Pennsylvania on Wednesday night, citing the "rules of MeToo" as the reason he wasn't "allowed" to use an expression.

"It's the person that got away", he said.

"It's the person that got away".

Since being charged, Cohen has become an opponent of the president, a stark difference from the days when he vowed to take a bullet for President Donald Trump and worked behind the scenes to fix Trump's problems.

In pleading guilty, he said that Trump directed him to arrange payments before the 2016 election to buy the silence of porn actress Stormy Daniels and a former Playboy model who alleged they had affairs with Trump. "I would do it except for these people up there".

Trump, omitting any mention of improved benefits for seniors that Democrats promise, writes in an op-ed published Wednesday in USA Today, "The Democrats' plan means that after a life of hard work and sacrifice, seniors would no longer be able to depend on the benefits they were promised". "Did you hear what he said?" he said imitating reporters.

"So, there is an expression, but we'll change the expression".

"That's pretty good, right?" he asked. The move fits a pattern of Cohen publicly breaking from the man for whom he once said he'd take "a bullet".

The decision to go to the rally stands in sharp contrast to Trump's criticism of then-President Barack Obama.

After his comments about the hurricane, Trump pivoted to the midterms, celebrating Kavanaugh's appointment despite Democratic opposition and sexual misconduct allegations against him.

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