Michael Cohen Reconsidering Congressional Testimony

 

President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is reconsidering whether he'll testify in a congressional hearing next month.  Cohen's adviser Lanny Davis explained that Cohen feels intimidated by President Trump.  Davis pointed to a recent interview on Fox News in which Trump suggested he had damaging information on Cohen's father-in-law.  Davis said it was witness tampering and possibly obstruction of justice.  Cohen is scheduled to testify in a public House hearing on February 7th.  Cohen has been sentenced to three years in prison for, among other crimes, organizing hush money payments on behalf of Trump.

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