Given that Cohen has already pleaded guilty to this crime, legal experts argued that, if the report is accurate, it is devastating for the president.
— Neal Katyal (@neal_katyal) January 18, 2019
If there are text messages and other receipts, that’s the ballgame. That’s the smoking gun. https://t.co/4Jd1LLn8Id
— Bradley P. Moss (@BradMossEsq) January 18, 2019
If true, he’s done: President Trump Directed His Attorney To Lie To Congress About The Moscow Tower Project https://t.co/B7fbVMIONW via @jasonleopold @MSNBC @BWilliams @11thHour @NicolleDWallace @DeadlineWH @NBCInvestigates @NBCNews
— Frank Figliuzzi (@FrankFigliuzzi1) January 18, 2019
There’s even footage of Lindsey Graham asking him this exact question. What a time to be alive. https://t.co/V93EWS6uYV
— Matt Ford (@fordm) January 18, 2019
This sounds like conspiracy to commit/suborning perjury. And of course, there are others in Trump’s orbit who testified as well. There could be a lot more shoes dropping here.
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) January 18, 2019
We are entering territory in which a lack of response from Congress is starting to become frightening. If this isn’t enough, then what could be?
— Susan Hennessey (@Susan_Hennessey) January 18, 2019
“There’s nothing wrong with telling Cohen to lie to Congress” is gonna be lit.
— NeverSaid”Hat” (@Popehat) January 18, 2019
This story is a very big deal. It’s a big enough deal that I’m going to refrain from commenting on it tonight. I and the team will put together our thoughts early in the morning over coffee on @lawfareblog. Good night. Yours til the ship sinks!
— Benjamin Wittes (@benjaminwittes) January 18, 2019
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