Sen. Susan Collins tells CNN's Jake Tapper that she just doesn't know enough about Trump's mounting legal problems to pass judgment, and payoffs to porn stars, campaign finance violations, and dealings with the Russians are just what happens when you have a "campaign organization with very little experience."
Susan Collins Pretends She Doesn't Know Enough About Trump Campaign Finance Violations To Pass Judgment
CNN's Jake Tapper takes Sen. Susan Collins to task for pretending she doesn't know enough about Michael Cohen's hush money payments and Trump's mounting legal troubles to pass judgment on him during an interview on State of the Union.
The big lesson from this week is, when you're president, all your pay-offs to mistresses, Playboy bunnies, and porn stars might come back to hurt you. WHO KNEW?
"I'm not going to make excuses for Donald Trump having an affair with a porn star," Rick Santorum.
Toobin points out Santorum's double standard.
Prosecutors clearly state that Donald Trump and Michael Cohen committed a crime by paying off Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal to influence the outcome of the 2016 election.
CNN reporter MJ Lee looks at prosecutors' claims that Michael Cohen, in concert with Donald Trump, sought to influence the election "from the shadows."
David Pecker, Chairman of AMI and publisher of the National Enquirer and Star Magazine, is cooperating with prosecutors and backing up Michael Cohen's claims regarding Trump.
Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations in relation to coordinated payments of hush money to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
In what looks to be one heck of a plea deal, Cohen could face 4 years in jail as part of the deal.
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