A former lawyer, trump confessed to rigging the poll in his best interest
Former counsel to Donald trump Michael Cohen has publicly acknowledged that in 2015 actually paid for cheat an online poll on the website of The Wall Street Journal in the interests of the current President of the United States.
“Regarding the WSJ article about the falsification of the polls: what I did was I made at the direction and in the sole interest of Donald trump. I sincerely regret his blind loyalty to the man who doesn’t deserve her,” — wrote Cohen in his Twitter.
This post was a response to an article in the WSJ, which stated that Cohen underpaid for cheating the owner of a small technology company RedFinch Solutions John popular gouger.
Himself popular gouger told the newspaper that Cohen promised him $50,000 for two surveys (one of the possible candidates from the Republican party), but in the end paid only about $13,000 in cash with the application of Boxing gloves that belonged to “the Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter”. The wrapping failed, notes the WSJ: trump took the survey one of the last places.
7 Feb Cohen will testify before the house Committee of Congress. The former lawyer of retweets a post of one of Washington’s politicians, suggesting that Cohen will be talking about relationships trump and staff his campaign with Russia.
Cohen is one of the defendants in the case about a possible Russian intervention in elections in the United States. In December, Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison and fined almost $2 million to Serve his sentence, Cohen will begin on March 6 in one of the prisons of the state of new York.