The Price of Being ‘Disloyal’

What we get from Michael Cohen’s 2020 memoir of his work for Donald Trump

In Michael Cohen’s Foreword to his memoir Disloyal, written from U.S. federal prison, he identifies himself as President Donald Trump’s “former personal attorney, confidant, consigliore, and, at least in my heart, adopted son.” He confesses that he “had frequently been the one screaming threats on his behalf as Trump’s fixer and designated thug.” He admits to having “stiffed contractors on his behalf, ripped off his business partners, lied to his wife…

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Dignity & democracy. Author: ‘Most Famous Short Film of All Time’ (coming 2022). Bogotá, Colombia. https://tuckerlieberman.com/

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Tucker Lieberman

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Dignity & democracy. Author: ‘Most Famous Short Film of All Time’ (coming 2022). Bogotá, Colombia. https://tuckerlieberman.com/

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