You may have heard that President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, was released from federal prison early and will serve the remainder of his sentence in home confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic which has been sweeping through prisons across the country.
But Cohen won’t be sitting around the house twiddling his thumbs or playing Candy Crush Saga. Instead, he’s writing a tell-all book about the many things he witnessed his most famous former client doing over the 12 years he served as a lawyer and fixer for Trump. And the book will be released before the November 3 election.
According to The Daily Beast, the prospect of a book written by Cohen has Trump “agitated” and worried about exactly what his former attorney plans to say in his tell-all:
“The president was visibly agitated, bemoaning the early release of Michael Cohen, his former fixer and lawyer turned ‘rat’ for the feds.
“’He was not pleased when he found out Michael was getting out early,’ the source said.”
What exactly might Cohen include in the book? The parts Trump reportedly fears most involve his many alleged affairs with women and the way he treats them, which would potentially include incidents of sexual assault, sexual harassment, rape, and various sexual perversions, many of which have been whispered about for decades by those who know the president.
One of the most shocking recent revelations came from Noel Casler, who served as a showrunner on Trump’s NBC series “The Apprentice.” According to Casler:
“Does anyone watching this presser not believe Trump’s reputation for beating girls in the brothels he frequented in Trump Tower & NYC? He was a feared customer. He is a violent deviant toward women.”
Also, should Trump try to block publication of Cohen’s book by claiming attorney-client privilege, that angle has already been considered, and it won’t work:
“The stories that will be in the book aren’t privileged. The stories wouldn’t violate attorney-client privilege. They are stories about Trump’s personality and behavior that would raise an eyebrow. There are stories about what it’s like being around this man and things that he did that most people typically do not do. A lot of it will be about looking at things he’s said and done with women and other things. It’ll be an insider’s look about what it was like to be alongside the president for 12 years.”
Remember how upset Trump reportedly was when it was rumored there was a so-called “golden shower” tape of him with Russian prostitutes? That may well wind up being tame compared to the dirt Cohen has on the president.
Safe to say Michael Cohen has a future best-seller on his hands. And safe to assume Donald Trump will be getting more agitated once the publication date is announced.