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  • “I am ashamed that I chose to take part

  • in concealing Mr. Trump’s illicit acts

  • rather than listening to my own conscience.

  • I am ashamed because I know what Mr. Trump is.

  • He is a racist.

  • He is a con man.

  • And he is a cheat.

  • Questions have been raised about whether I

  • know of direct evidence that Mr. Trump or his campaign

  • colluded with Russia.

  • I do not.

  • And I want to be clear.

  • But I have my suspicions.

  • A lot of people have asked me about whether Mr. Trump knew

  • about the release of the hacked documents,

  • the Democratic National Committee emails,

  • ahead of time.

  • And the answer is yes.

  • Mr. Trump knew of and directed the Trump Moscow negotiations

  • throughout the campaign and lied about it.

  • He lied about it because he never expected to win.

  • He also lied about it because he

  • stood to make hundreds of millions of dollars

  • on the Moscow real estate project.

  • Mr. Trump is a racist.

  • While we were once driving

  • through a struggling neighborhood in Chicago,

  • he commented that only black people could live that way.

  • And he told me that black people would never

  • vote for him because they were too stupid.

  • Mr. Trump is a con man.

  • He asked me to pay off an adult film star

  • with whom he had an affair

  • and to lie about it to his wife, which I did.

  • And I am going to jail in part because of my decision

  • to help Mr. Trump hide that payment

  • from the American people before they voted

  • a few days later.”

  • Did the president call you to coordinate

  • on public messaging about the payments to Miss Clifford

  • in or around February 2018?”

  • Yes.”

  • What did the president ask or suggest that you say

  • about the payments or reimbursements?”

  • He was not knowledgeable of these reimbursements.

  • He wasn’t knowledgeable of my actions.”

  • He asked you to say that?”

  • Yes, maam.”

  • Mr. Cohen, How long did you

  • how long did you work in the White House?”

  • “I never worked in the White House.”

  • That’s the point, isn’t it, Mr. Cohen?”

  • No, sir.”

  • Yes, it is.”

  • No, it’s not, sir.”

  • You wanted to work in the White House.”

  • No, sir.”

  • You didn’t get brought to the dance.”

  • Did Mr. Trump ask you to threaten an individual

  • or entity on his behalf?”

  • Quite a few times.”

  • Fifty times?”

  • More.”

  • “A hundred times?”

  • More.”

  • Two hundred times?”

  • More.”

  • Five hundred times?”

  • Probably, over the 10 years.”

  • Is there a book deal coming, or anything like that?”

  • “I have no book deal right now in the process.

  • I have been contacted by many,

  • including for television, the movie —

  • if you want to tell me who you would like to play you,

  • I’m more than happy to write the name down.”

  • Can you please describe for us

  • to the best of your recollection

  • you were present

  • exactly what Mr. Stone said to Mr. Trump?”

  • It was a short conversation and he said, ‘Mr. Trump,

  • I just want to let you know that I just got off the phone

  • with Julian Assange, and in a couple of days,

  • there’s going to be a massive dump of emails

  • that’s going to severely hurt the Clinton campaign.’”

  • To your knowledge,

  • did the president or his company ever

  • inflate assets or revenues?”

  • Yes.”

  • And was that done with the president’s knowledge

  • or direction?”

  • Everything was done with the knowledge

  • and at the direction of Mr Trump.”

  • Youre a pathological liar.

  • You don’t know truth fromfrom falsehood.”

  • Sir, I’m, sorry,

  • are you referring to me or the president?”

  • Hey, hey! This is my time.”

  • Are you referring to me, sir, or the president?”

  • When I ask you a question, I’ll ask for an answer.”

  • Sure.”

  • Over and over again, you know,

  • we want to have trustit’s built on the premise

  • that were truthful, that we come forward,

  • but there is no truth with you whatsoever.

  • That’s why that’s important,

  • to look up here and look at the old adage

  • that our moms taught us: ‘Liar liar, pants on fire.’”

  • Hm.”

  • No one should ever listen to you

  • and give you credibility.”

  • Putting up silly things like this,

  • really unbecoming of Congress?

  • It’s that sort of behavior that I’m responsible for

  • I’m responsible for your silliness,

  • because I did the same thing that youre doing now,

  • for 10 years.

  • I protected Mr. Trump for 10 years.”

“I am ashamed that I chose to take part

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