America is a reality TV show

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As more information floods in from Washington, President Trump digs deeper and deeper into Michael Cohen’s plead. Cohen, Trump’s previous lawyer, came out with extremely shocking news a few weeks ago, saying Trump was very aware of the relationship between Russia. The police later found out Cohen was lying to Congress about the president’s business dealings with Russia. On December 12, Cohen was sentenced to 3 years in prison.

Cohen became choked up as he explained to the press the responsibility he had in the situation. Cohen stated, “It was correct, but for a much different reason than he was implying. It was because time and time again I felt it was my duty to cover up his dirty deeds,” as reported by CNN. “My weakness can be characterized as a blind loyalty to Donald Trump, and I was weak for not having the strength to question and to refuse his demands.”

Americans still questions what Cohen was implying when he said “dirty deeds.”

Trump had a different response to the not so shocking news America received. As we know, Trump approaches situations similar to this one in very odd ways, some might say childish ways. The night of Cohen’s sentence, much like Cohen, Trump had a lot of things to say. Little to no comment was positive.

He believes the charges Cohen faced were solely to embarrass the president. Although there’s no evidence that the charges were an attempt to embarrass the president, they did find that a company called AMI admitted to paying a former Playboy model Karen McDougal to hide her story about an alleged affair that Trump denies. This could possibly be one of the “dirty deeds” Cohen mentioned in his speech.

On December 12, even more information came into their attention about the possible wrongdoings of our president. According to court filings, CNN states, “Donald Trump attended an August 2015 meeting that federal prosecutors believe was central to a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws to help Trump win the presidency, according to a source familiar with the matter.”

Cohen will continue to get prosecuted for his alleged affairs and serve 3 years in prison, as president Trump continues to deny the meeting over ever happening.

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