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Cohen reveals the contents of a bomb book on Trump, saying he saw "golden showers, tax fraud".


Michael Cohen published a first look at his book on Donald Trump on Thursday and revealed several bomb claims, including witnessing a "golden shower" incident.

Looking at his memoir "Disloyal", Cohen reveals the president's "mob boss" mentality in his preface, which he called "THE REAL REAL DONALD TRUMP".

"Apart from his wife and children, I knew Trump better than anyone," Cohen wrote, claiming he was the one who pushed him to become president in 2011 and 2015.

In a way, I knew him better than his family because I testified to the real man, in strip clubs, shady business meetings, and in those unguarded moments when he revealed who he really was: a cheater, a liar, a scam, a tyrant , a racist, a predator, a cheater, ”he revealed.

In the first part of his book, published Thursday afternoon on DisloyalTheBook.com, Cohen claimed that Trump had "no real friends."

"He has no one he trusts to keep his secrets," he continued. "He definitely had me for ten years and I was always there for him and see what happened to me."

The book also includes a number of recordings of Cohen, which he pleaded guilty to and for which he was sentenced to three years in prison.

"I stiffened contractors on his behalf, ripped off his business partners, lied to his wife Melania to hide his sexual infidelities, and bullied and yelled at anyone who threatened Trump's path to power," Admitted Cohen.

Michael Cohen published the preface to his upcoming book, Disloyal, about his longstanding friendship with Donald Trump, in which he claimed he witnessed the "golden showers" incident and helped Trump commit tax fraud, a secret return channel for Vladimir Putin create and lie to Melania

"Coming Soon," the former fixer and personal lawyer for the president wrote in a tweet along with a picture of the cover

Cohen had a preview of the cover of his upcoming book & # 39; Disloyal & # 39; on Thursday morning. on twitter

Cohen had a preview of the cover of his upcoming book & # 39; Disloyal & # 39; on Thursday morning. on twitter

COHEN ON ….

What he knows:

I know where the skeletons are buried because I was the one who buried them.

How Trump works:

Trump's theory of life, economics, and politics revolved around threats and the prospect of destruction – financial, electoral, personal, physical – as a weapon.

Who he was for Trump:

I was one of Trump's bad guys. In his world, I was one hundred percent a made man.

What Trump Made Him:

An acolyte obsessed with Donald J. Trump, a maniacal believer willing to do anything for him, including, as I once swore to a reporter, take a bullet.

How Cohen knows what he's writing:

I knew him better than his family because I testified to the real man, in strip clubs, shady business meetings, and in those unguarded moments when he revealed who he really was: a cheater, a liar, a cheater, a tyrant, a racist , a predator, a cheater.

What Trump offers his fans:

… an intoxicating cocktail of power, strength, fame and complete disregard for the rules and realities that determine our lives.

The inner Donald Trump:

… he has a million acquaintances, friends and hangers, but no real friends. He has no one he trusts to keep his secrets.

As Trump instructs his aides:

Like a mob boss who uses language carefully calibrated to convey his wants and needs while employing conscious indirection to isolate himself and avoid actually commanding a hit.

What will happen to Trump:

I am sure Trump knows that if he leaves office, he will face jail time

Why Trump wants to be "Leader for Life":

Anyone who follows Trump into the White House when the president fails to make himself the leader for life he started joking about – and Trump never really jokes – will discover a tangle of fraud, deceit and lawlessness

“From golden showers at a Vegas sex club to tax fraud to dealing with corrupt ex-Soviet officials, conspiracies and killings to silence Trump's secret lovers, I not only witnessed the president's rise – I was an active one and avid participant, ”he wrote.

The mention of witnessing golden showers recalls the Steele dossier, which alleges Russian President Vladimir Putin has been blackmailing Trump since he was in Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant in 2013 and allegedly urinating prostitutes Watched a bed was slept by Obama. Trump has repeatedly denied the claim.

However, according to Cohen, the golden showers incident was in Las Vegas – which suggests it was referring to a trip with Trump to a club called The Act, whose repertoire included stimulated urination for performers on stage. Trump made a deal at the club to bring his Miss Universe contest to Moscow, a previous book by investigative journalists revealed.

Earlier in the day, 53-year-old Cohen previewed the cover photo and title of his upcoming memoir, "Disloyal: The True Story of President Donald J. Trump's Former Personal Attorney," as well as a "Coming Soon" teaser in the text of the tweet.

However, the foreword suggests a number of bombs in the book.

Cohen says, “Trump had worked with the Russians, but not in the subtle way his critics had envisioned.

I also knew that [Robert] Mueller's investigation wasn't a witch hunt. Trump cheated in the elections with Russian tolerance, as you will see on these pages, because he did everything – and I mean something – "Winning" has always been his business model and his way of life. & # 39;

He says Trump tried to "sneak into" Putin's world and his "coterie of corrupt billionaire oligarchs".

"I know because I personally made this deal and kept Trump and his children informed of any updates, even though the candidate openly lied to the American people and said," There is no Russian arrangement, I have no business with Russia … there is no Russia. & # 39;

Cohen makes it clear that he is speaking from a position of knowledge where he says he was Trump's last call at night and first in the morning for 10 years and was "in and out" of Trump's office 50 times a day.

"Our cell phones had the same address books, our contacts were so closely linked, overlapping and intimate that it was part of my job to handle the endless questions and requests of Trump's countless rich and famous acquaintances, big and small," writes he.

"I called everyone he spoke to, mostly on his behalf as a lawyer and an envoy, and everyone knew that it was as good as if I spoke to them directly that they were speaking to Trump."

He wrote ominously: "I know where the skeletons are buried because I was the one who buried them."

He describes himself as "at the center of Trump's inner circle" and that his "boss" had come to his son's bar mitzvah and told him, "You are a family."

"I fucking believed him," he writes.

Cohen recounts how he feared he would be killed by Trump's supporters when he presented evidence to Congress after turning around and working with Muller.

"The President of the United States wanted me to be dead," he writes. He knew that Trump was like a "mob boss" who never directly ordered a hit, but spoke in a way that was carefully calibrated to convey his wishes and demands. & # 39;

"I knew how he worked because I had yelled threats on his behalf many times as Trump's fixer and racket-designate.

"The president called me a rat and tweeted angry allegations against me and my family."

He says he received hundreds of death threats on his cell phone, email and even in the mail.

"I was exactly the person Trump was talking about when he said he could shoot and kill someone on 5th Avenue and get away with it," he writes.

Cohen makes it clear that he wrote the preface in prison and ended up being & # 39; Otisville, New York ..

But he says he believes Trump knows he will follow him to jail and calls it "the inevitable cold karma to the infamous chants of" Lock Her Up! ""

In fact, he says he believes Trump wants to avoid jail by becoming a lifelong leader, says he "joked about it" and adds, "Trump never jokes."

Cohen hints at a semi-sympathetic take on a tormented inner trump card, lost alone and without the people he really needs: another Roy Cohn, the pit bull mafia attorney of his youth, or, says Cohen – without self-destruct – Cohen himself.

"When I see Trump on the evening news in the prison's hobby room, I almost feel sorry for him," he writes.

& # 39; I know him so well and I know his features and tell; I see the cornered look in his eyes as he roars and rages and raves, looking for a protector and advocate ready to fight dirty and destroy his enemies. & # 39;

He names AG Bill Barr – who tried to block the book by choking and then imprisoning Cohen – Jared Kushner, Rudy Giuliani, and Mike Pompeo – as new would-be fixers, sycophants willing to falsify the truth and the law breaking in the service of the boss. & # 39;

The memoirs do not come without Cohen's own actions, however.

Secret return channel: Michael Cohen says Trump ordered him to find a line to Russian President Vladimir Putin

Secret return channel: Michael Cohen says Trump ordered him to find a line to Russian President Vladimir Putin

I lied to Melania: Michael Cohen says he told Trump's wife lies to cover up her husband's infidelity

I lied to Melania: Michael Cohen says he told Trump's wife lies to cover up her husband's infidelity

TRUMPS NIGHTMARE SUMMER LEST

Michael Cohen's book – planned for & # 39; late September & # 39; – is in the midst of a deluge of books – some of which Trump and his aides have tried to quit – about the president. They include:

The room where it happened

Both the White House and Justice Department attempted to choke the former National Security Advisor's bombing report detailing how Trump asked China's President Xi to help him in the election – believing Finland was part of Russia

Too much and never enough

Mary Trump, the president's niece, has become the number one best seller with her devastating report on her uncle. She calls him a sociopath and a narcissist, and Frankenstein's monster, a victim of a loveless childhood, is referred to by him as a "clown" and "fool" – his own sister and ready to google his own niece. She couldn't choke his family – and she also revealed how he and Ivana gave cheap Christmas presents.

Anger

Bob Woodward, the legendary investigative journalist, will publish his second book on Trump in September. It will contain 25 "love letters" between the president and Kim Jong Un with the North Korean dictator describing their relationship as a "fantasy film". Trump was interviewed by Woodward for the book.

"I made decisions along the way – terrible, heartless, stupid, cruel, dishonest, destructive decisions, but they were mine and formed my reality and my life," he wrote.

He says he lost touch with his siblings, was obsessed with money, and tried desperately to "inhabit the world from the perspective of private jets and billionaire businesses, and I was willing to do anything to get there".

He admits having "ego, temperament, and willingness to deceive" – ​​but says his report will enable people to see into Trump's world.

"It's just a gangster who can reveal the secrets of organized crime," he says of Trump's world, calling himself "one hundred percent a made man".

Some of the contents of the book were revealed after a federal government ruled against a judge's attempt to prevent Cohen from publishing the Tell-All.

The U.S. government reached an agreement with federal prosecutors in late July to abandon its efforts to gag Cohen while he prepares to publish his book, which is critical of his former boss.

Cohen was released from prison in May 2020 over coronavirus concerns after serving a year of his three-year prison sentence for pleading guilty to campaign funding violations and lying to Congress.

He returned to prison in early July after tweeting about the planning of a book claiming Trump used racial slurs against former President Barack Obama and former South African President Nelson Mandela.

"Favorable decision from the court yesterday as I am close to finishing my book …" Cohen wrote that Trump's niece Mary Trump could publish her critical book about her uncle.

"… expected release date is the end of September." Cohen wrote in another tweet.

A week after the former Fix-it man and the President's personal attorney was released for the second time from prison, where two weeks after he refused to speak to the media, he made the decision to speak to the media and publish his memoirs.

The tweet from him announcing his new book on Thursday is the first time since he was released from prison.

Cohen was released from prison in late July after being ordered to return after tweeting and talking about how his upcoming book will reveal Trump's racist comments on former Presidents Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela

Cohen was released from prison in late July after being ordered to return after tweeting and talking about how his upcoming book will reveal Trump's racist comments on former Presidents Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela

The court ruled against Attorney General Bill Barr, whom Cohen had sued for attempting to gag him and send him back to prison after his release in May. The judge argued the move violated Cohen's first adjustment rights

The court ruled against Attorney General Bill Barr, whom Cohen had sued for trying to gag him and send him back to prison after his release in May. The judge argued the move violated Cohen's first adjustment rights

Cohen was thrown back in jail a week after tweeting that he would publish his scrapbook ahead of the November presidential election, claiming it was a "favorable decision" that Trump's niece Mary Trump was allowed to publish her own tell-all

Cohen was thrown back in jail a week after tweeting that he would publish his scrapbook ahead of the November presidential election, claiming it was a "favorable decision" that Trump's niece Mary Trump was allowed to publish her own tell-all

Cohen sued US Attorney General Bill Barr and federal prison officials during his second stay, claiming he was recalled because of the book.

US Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein ordered his release late last month, saying the government's action was in retaliation and a violation of his First Amendment rights.

Cohen purposely announced that the book would be out before the November election.

He will join a list of other pre-election day books aimed at outperforming Trump, including Bob Woodward's Fear: The Trump White House, Mary Trump's Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Made the Most Dangerous Man in the World "and John Bolton's" The Room Where It Happened "by the former National Security Advisor.

Both Mary and Bolton have been tried by the Trump administration to stop their publication. Ultimately, however, the court ruled that it was lawful for them to publish their respective memoirs.

Michael Cohen claims Donald Trump "wants to be a leader for life to avoid jail" and insists that more "scandals" emerge from the White House with "greater levels of betrayal and fraud".

Michael Cohen has claimed Donald Trump wants to be "a leader for life" to avoid jail time and says the recent scandals facing the presidential administration are just the "tip of the iceberg" in the new book of the bomb .

The foreword to Cohen's book Disloyal, which he called THE REAL REAL DONALD TRUMP, was published on DisloyalTheBook.com on Thursday afternoon.

Cohen, who wrote the preface behind bars in Otisville, New York, said, “As the months went by and I thought of the man I knew so well, I became even more convinced that Trump will never leave office peacefully .

“The types of scandals that have emerged in recent months will only continue to emerge with increasing levels of betrayal and betrayal. If Trump wins another four years, these scandals will only prove to be the tip of the iceberg. & # 39;

Cohen said he was convinced Trump knows he will follow him to jail, calling it "the inevitable cold karma to the infamous chants of" Lock Her Up! "

“But that's the trump card that I get to the point. He projects his own sins and crimes onto others, partly to distract and confuse, but mainly because he thinks everyone is as corrupt and shameless and ruthless as he is; A poisonous attitude that I know all too well.

"Those who follow Trump into the White House when the president fails to make himself the leader of life he started joking about – and Trump never really jokes – will discover a tangle of fraud, deceit and lawlessness. "