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Trump’s Ex-Attorney Michael Cohen Has a Few Hypotheses

We can all expect more—much more—from the president this week, he says

Michael Cohen arrives at his Park Avenue apartment on May 21, 2020, in New York City. Photo: JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images

Trump’s former fixer and personal attorney is sounding the alarm again. Michael Cohen, in a Zoom chat this past weekend, echoed what many pundits and politicians are saying about the end of 45’s presidency: more violence is on the way, stoked by Trump’s…




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