In 2018, just days before Mueller’s goon squad raided his home, Michael Cohen was pitching a book deal about President Trump and actually had an offer of $750,000.
Of course, the book actually contradicts everything that Cohen claimed yesterday after Mueller got his hooks into him, but don’t expect the mainstream media to report much about it.
The working title of the book was “Trump Revolution: From The Tower to The White House, Understanding Donald J. Trump,” and it included mostly glowing praise for the president, the report noted.
“Cohen sent his idea to several publishers, with one, Hachette, reportedly offering to pay him $750,000 for the rights to the books.
“But the former attorney had other ideas, the report notes, adding that Cohen decided to hold out for a higher pay-day. Several publishers told The Daily Mail reporters that he planned to praise the president.”
“The deal with Hachette eventually crumbled after Cohen was charged with tax evasion and lying to Congress. Cohen, who will begin a three-year prison sentence in May, claimed in congressional testimony Thursday that Trump is ‘a racist … a conman … a cheat.’”
However, the book said the exact opposite.
“All of these things have been said about my longtime boss, Donald J. Trump,” Cohen said, referring to claims that the president is a liar and paranoid. “None of it is true. Trump does believe that reporters are out to get him, and for a very good reason. Many of them are.”
The president responded to the report, “Congress must demand the transcript of Michael Cohen’s new book, given to publishers a short time ago,” he tweeted Friday. “Your heads will spin when you see the lies, misrepresentations and contradictions against his Thursday testimony. Like a different person! He is totally discredited!”