Donald Trump’s former lawyer, Lying Michael Cohen filed suit against the Trump Organization in New York on Thursday, claiming he is owed “fees and costs” that exceed $1.9 million.
Cohen climes he has yet to be reimbursed for cost that he incurred in attorneys’ fees and other costs that are due him.
Cohen argues that the Trump Organization, where Cohen worked for roughly as an executive vice president and special counsel to Trump, had a “contractual agreement” to compensate Cohen and “to pay attorneys’ fees and costs incurred” by Cohen related to his “work with and on behalf of the Organization and its principals, directors, and officers.”
That work involves special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation, the filing says, as well as “multiple congressional hearings.”
Cohen now says he has “incurred millions of dollars in unreimbursed attorneys’ fees and costs” which continue to pile up.
Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for lying to Congress, campaign finance violations, bank fraud and tax evasion. He is scheduled to report to prison on May 6th
Top GOP lawmakers Meadows and Jordan wrote a letter to newly-confirmed Attorney General Bill Barr last Thursday stating there is “significant evidence” that Michael Cohen “committed perjury and knowingly made false statements during his testimony before an Oversight and Reform Committee.”
One of the examples of perjury Jordan gave was Mr. Cohen claiming he didn’t want a White House job.
“Mr. Cohen, how long did you work at the White House?” Jordan asked.
“I never worked at the White House,” Cohen said.
“That’s the point isn’t it Mr. Cohen,” Jordan said smiling.
“No sir,” Cohen said insisting he never wanted a job in Trump’s White House — Jim Jordan pushed back and said, “Yes it is.”
“I was extremely proud to be personal attorney to the President of the United States of America. I did not want to go the White House,” Cohen said. “I was offered jobs — I can tell you a story about Mr. Trump reaming out Reince Priebus because I had not taken a job where Mr. Trump wanted me to.”
Recently, Lanny Davis said that Michael Cohen contradicted his sword testimony to congress and directed a lawyer to ask about a presidential pardon.
Davis was quoted as saying, “During that time period, he directed his attorney to explore possibilities of a pardon at one point with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani as well as other lawyers advising President Trump,” He then added there were discussions between Cohen’s lawyer and Trump’s lawyers that involved the “ongoing ‘dangling’ of a possible pardon.”
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