President Donald Trump defended his decision to appear at a political rally in Pennsylvania as the most powerful hurricane on record to slam into the Florida Panhandle left at least two people dead and a swath of destruction.
Cohen pleaded guilty to eight federal charges after he admitted he violated campaign finance laws by arranging hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal "at the direction" of then-candidate Trump. "They would say, did you hear what President Trump said?".
"I would do it except for these people [media] up there", Trump said when a rally attendee asked him to use it anyway. "I don't think the heat really was very hot".
Trump had mocked the MeToo campaign at a rally in July as well. He's faced withering criticism over his handling of the response to that storm, with critics saying he didn't pay enough attention.
Trump, who won Pennsylvania in 2016, touted Republican Reps Mike Kelly and Lou Barletta.
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Rescuers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) used dogs, drones and Global Positioning System in the search. President Donald Trump said meanwhile that he planned to visit Florida and Georgia next week.
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Trump also celebrated Kavanaugh's appointment amid Democratic opposition and sexual misconduct allegations against the nominee.
He continued that effort Wednesday, claiming that Democrats want to 'impose socialism and take over and destroy American health care'.
Trump also returned to one of his favourite themes - reliving his stunning 2016 victory.