Cohen's Bogus Book Doesn't Match Trump's Record

Trump Hired Obama Look-Alike In Bizarre Video Stunt

Trump Hired Obama Look-Alike In Bizarre Video Stunt

In his book released today, Michael Cohen, the former fixer for U.S. President Donald Trump, for the first time ties evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr.'s 2016 presidential endorsement of Trump to Cohen's own role in helping to keep racy "personal" photos of the Falwells from becoming public.

In a book due to be published next week, Cohen alleges that Trump described Mandela as a poor leader, according to the Washington Post which reported it obtained a copy of the book.

But he also makes clear that, as in the smaller assistance in securing the Bieber tickets, he saw the help he offered the Falwells in the photo matter as transactional - and enormously significant.

In "Disloyal: A Memoir", the lawyer, Michael Cohen, wrote that he believes his longtime client will not leave office willingly if he is defeated in the November election. "He has lost all credibility, and it's unsurprising to see his latest attempt to profit off of lies", McEnany said in a statement. Here are some of the key claims. When a Russian oligarch bought Trump's Palm Beach mansion in 2008 for almost double what Trump paid for it - a $50 million profit - Trump believed Putin was secretly funding the deal, Cohen writes.

According to Cohen, Trump used the "s**thole" phrase again, when talking about South African President Nelson Mandela. The obviously politically timed smear alleges that Trump is a racist who "as a rule ... expressed low opinions of all black folks" and sees evangelicals as religious quacks. "They are all complete f***ing toilets".

Back then, Mr Trump told reporters: "I am not a racist". "Can you believe people believe that bulls**t?"

AN EXPLOSIVE new book by Donald Trump's former fixer has accused the president of racist outbursts, approving payments of hush money and demonstrating "hatred and contempt" for his predecessor Barack Obama.

"Trump hired a "Faux-Bama" to participate in a video in which Trump "ritualistically belittled the first black president and then fired him", Cohen writes.

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A parody video has emerged of US President Donald Trump behind his desk in Trump Tower, where he fires an actor impersonating Barack Obama for not producing "results".

It is believed to have been made for the 2012 Republican convention, when Mitt Romney was nominated as the Republican candidate, but it was never aired.

In Cohen's 2019 testimony, he claimed that Trump had previously challenged him to name a country run by a Black person that wasn't a "sh*thole".

"The reason they didn't put it on is because they thought it was too controversial", Trump told the outlet.

His comments on Latin Americans have come under scrutiny throughout his presidency, especially after he repeatedly disparaged Mexicans during his campaign.

"Donald Trump will do anything and everything ... to win", Cohen told NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt in an exclusive interview. His vice-president, Mike Pence, is a devout evangelical. "There was no me supporting Trump because of whatever Michael was doing".

However, Cohen also says that Trump's campaign was "far too chaotic and incompetent to actually conspire with the Russian government" when it got into power.

The president reimbursed Cohen with "fake legal fees" after he paid $130,000 in hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels, who claimed that Trump had had an extramarital affair with her.

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