Cohen offered intriguing new information — but he clearly hasn’t made Mueller’s case.
During his House testimony Wednesday, Michael Cohen offered new details about several matters of importance to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation — but said he knew of no direct evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
Cohen described Trump’s efforts to mislead the American public about Russia-related matters, and said that he has “suspicions” about whether collusion took place.
He said Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow had reviewed and edited Cohen’s false testimony to Congress about Trump Tower Moscow.
He claimed he heard Roger Stone tell Trump, on speakerphone, that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told him he’d soon release emails that would hurt Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
He said that during the campaign, he saw Don Jr. furtively tell his father that he’d set up a meeting. He thinks this may have been the infamous meeting with a Russian lawyer, but…