Michael Cohen Says ‘Threats’ From Trump and Giuliani Have Forced Him to Postpone His Testimony Before Congress

Former Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen has just postponed his testimony to Congress, citing "ongoing threats" from President Donald Trump and Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. Cohen was slated to testify, voluntarily, on February 7.

"This is a time when Mr. Cohen had to put his family and their safety first," Cohen's attorney, Lanny Davis said in this statement:

President Trump repeatedly has urged an investigation into Cohen's father-in-law. One example, from Saturday:

MSNBC's Katy Tur says Cohen has said his wife and father-in-law are personally frightened.

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