- Michael Cohen said New York’s investigation of the Trump Organization would “end the entire company.”
- Cohen said investigators had everything they needed to “finally terminate” the company.
- Cohen predicted that one or two of Trump’s children may have to “fall for him.”
Former President Donald Trump’s one-time personal lawyer Michael Cohen believes an investigation into possible fraud at the Trump Organization will “end” the company.
Cohen, who worked for Trump, has been his fixer and confidante for a decade, Talking to MSNBC’s Chris Hayes on Wednesday, Weigh New York’s ongoing investigation of the Trump Organization.
2018, Cohen plead guilty Felonies, including tax evasion, campaign finance violations and bank fraud.he is Sentenced in December He was jailed for three years that year and was arrested in February 2019 New York Supreme Court.
Cohen told MSNBC that the investigation sparked by the New York Attorney General’s $250 million civil lawsuit against the Trump family will “finally terminate the Trump Organization — Donald, Don Jr., Ivanka, Eric, Weiselberg.” Grid, McConney and others.”
“This will end the entire company,” he added.
Cohen cited former Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg and Weisselberg’s right-hand man, Jeff McConney.
“I’ve been sitting on the top of a mountain yelling for three and a half, four years that the Trump Organization is a criminal enterprise and I was thrown under the bus by dear old Donald,” he said.
Cohen also hypothesized that one or two of Trump’s children might have to “fall down” for their father. Trump’s three eldest children — Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump — are listed in James’ lawsuit.
review shout out When James announced his lawsuit on Wednesday, he heard from James that Cohen said he felt his role in the investigation was “finally recognized.” James also tried to stop Trump from doing business in New York, accusing the former president of inflating his net worth by billions.
Representatives for the post-President Trump press office and the Trump Organization did not immediately respond to Insider’s requests for comment.