Michael Cohen says Donald Trump will use Department of Justice to "exact revenge" if elected president in 2024 – CBS News
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By Marcia Kramer
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Michael Cohen went from being Donald Trump’s right-hand man to one of his . Why the about-face?
Cohen hosts a podcast, “Mea Culpa,” and wrote a book entitled “Revenge.” It’s probably fair to say that he has become a painful thorn in Trump’s side.
On “The Point with Marcia Kramer,” Cohen talked about coming face-to-face with Trump in court during the former president’s trial in New York and what he fears would happen if Trump wins the presidency in 2024.
Cohen also said he because he might reveal national security secrets to others behind bars.
Watch Cohen’s entire conversation with Kramer or in the player below.
There’s lot’s to chew over in New York politics, and who better to sort it all out than Katie Honan, who contributes perceptive reporting for “The City,” and political consultant O’Brien Murray.
Honan and Murray broke down the political consequences of the FBI after .
Watch the conversation or in the player below.
The conversation continued on CBS News New York as Kramer asked Honan and Murray if the city’s will dig Adams into a deep political hole.
Watch the bonus conversation or in the player below.
Is it hard to make friends in the Big Apple? Are we experiencing an ?
We asked New Yorkers to .
“The Point with Marcia Kramer” airs every Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on CBS2, right after “Face the Nation.” Then turn to CBS News New York at noon for “Exclamation Point,” an extended conversation with our guests.
Marcia Kramer joined CBS2 in 1990 as an investigative and political reporter. Prior to CBS2, she was the City Hall bureau chief at the New York Daily News.
First published on November 12, 2023 / 1:19 PM EST
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