Cohen's claim would contradict repeated denials by Trump, Donald Trump Jr., their lawyers and other administration officials who have said that the President knew nothing about the Trump Tower meeting until he was approached about it by The New York Times in July 2017.
And that's information that Cohen is willing to share with Robert Mueller, the special counsel looking into Russian interference in the 2016 election, NBC News reported, also citing an unnamed source.
"Businessmen listen to nearly everyone who might be helpful, and by the way, they make pragmatic decisions about how to make bad stories go away", Issa added.
"I can't tell you whether he would pardon him or not", Giuliani told CNN "New Day" co-anchor Alisyn Camerota, adding, "I can't take away from the President, nor would I, the discretion to pardon anyone".
First, CNN obtained a recording of a conversation between Cohen and Trump from 2016 discussing how they would buy the rights to a Playboy model's story about an alleged affair. "And somehow, he and his lawyer have this insane idea of just throw it all out there", said Giuliani, a former federal prosecutor.
Giuliani also confirmed that Trump and Cohen have formally severed legal ties.
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Barr also addressed Jarrett directly and apologized for the tweets, advocating for a broader dialogue on race relations. She said she was stunned by the negative reaction, which Hannity noted was almost universal, The Guardian reported.
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Trump has also accused Beijing of manipulating its yuan currency to give its exporters an edge, a charge rejected by China. But the taxes also exact a toll on USA businesses and consumers, which pay more for imported products.
Trump hails start of dismantling North Korean missile site
As Business Insider previously reported, freezing North Korea's ICBM program has been a key focus of the Pentagon for years . Jack Keane said while it may be a step in the right direction, it may not be the kind of progress the US should be making.
Donald Trump's onetime attorney Michael Cohen says he is prepared to tell the Federal Bureau of Investigation that Trump knew about and approved the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower at which a Russian delegation had offered dirt on Democrats to Donald Trump Jr. and other Trump campaign heavies, CNN reports.
The Justice Department, as part of its investigation into Cohen, is working to determine if he was involved in paying off women making claims about Trump, and whether that violated any campaign finance laws.
That's a stark reversal from what Giuliani once said about Cohen, whom he described as truthful not long ago.
"There's a lot more to come", one source said.
Cohen did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
That inconsistency was seized upon by Rudy Giuliani, the president's attorney.
'There's a lot there for them to investigate.
Guiliani would not discuss the conditions his team is requesting for Trump to participate in an interview, but hinted that the President's legal team was interested in limiting the discussion to events before the election. How stupid and unfair to our Country....