Donald Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, who Trump has described as a “crooked liar” and a “fraud,” gave Americans something to look forward to if Trump wins the 2024 presidential election. During an interview with MSNBC’s “Deadline,” Cohen said he would leave the country if Trump wins.
The mainstream media always leaves out Cohen's true past because of their egregious anti-Trump bias.
Cohen is no saint. He's a felon and a disbarred attorney. He recently finished his criminal sentence in November 2021 after being convicted on several charges including tax evasion in 2018, something he often accuses Trump of.
“This is a whole new set of dynamics when it comes to dealing with a man who is legitimately the most powerful person on the planet and a guy who is a narcissistic sociopath who doesn’t care about anyone, willing to do anything to protect himself,” Cohen said.
“I also believe that you’re going to start to see the kids getting in big trouble, and you’ll see Trump throw them under the bus, too, because he just doesn’t care,” he added.
“What do you think happens to you and your family if he’s president again?” host Nicolle Wallace asked.
“I’m leaving the country. There’s no doubt about it, and I think so many people will have to also. There is an enemies list that Donald has that’s extremely long,” Cohen answered.
“It could be like up of those old sacred scrolls that just keep going from like one of those movies, and it’s dangerous because he’s an autocrat wannabe. He looks up to the people like Vladimir Putin,” he added.
“He’s managed to so far be able to escape liability, and everyone around him tangentially has been suffering, but I think it is coming to the end, and I think it will come to an end soon,” he continued.
“Michael Cohen was one of many lawyers who represented me (unfortunately). He had other clients also. He was just disbarred by the State Supreme Court for lying & fraud. He did bad things unrelated to Trump. He is lying in order to reduce his prison time. Using Crooked's lawyer!,” Trump tweeted in 2019 of Cohen.