Michael Cohen is still under house arrest after having been released from prison early due to the coronavirus threat. But it’s becoming clear that Cohen has been given permission to use Twitter while at home, because he’s been doing precisely that, with increasing frequency.
After Donald Trump’s since-deleted “white power” tweet, Michael Cohen had this to say:
Remember what I said about @POTUS @realDonaldTrump during my live testimony before @OversightDems @GOPoversight committee. Mr. President, do the right thing and denounce the #offensive and #indefensible chant of “white power”!
— Michael Cohen (@MichaelCohen212) June 28, 2020
But Michael Cohen wasn’t done. After the NY Times reported that Bill Barr tried to sabotage in the Cohen criminal case on Donald Trump’s behalf, Cohen tweeted that “The article reveals only a part of the full story,” adding that he “will speak soon.” Rosie O’Donnell then added “speak out michael – hes going down” and Cohen retweeted it in apparent agreement.
It’s been long reported that Michael Cohen was working on a tell-all book about Donald Trump while in prison, with an expected release date before election day. We look forward to buying a copy of it.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report