President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is under fire for his involvement in the infamous Russian government investigation, and RadarOnline.com has learned he’s getting rid of the stress with a ritzy breakfast date! The President’s longtime confidante met up with Shark Tank star Mark Cuban for an early bite this Thursday in NYC. Click through to find out more about their mysterious reunion.
Michael Cohen, 50, and Mark Cuban, 59, had an intimate breakfast at NYC's Time Warner Center this Thursday morning to discuss the attorney’s stress over the Russian government scandal.
While according to The Blast, the two had a small feud over social media last year, they seem to have left their differences aside. /
As RadarOnline.com has learned, Cohen recently met with investigators in order to reveal everything he knew about Russia’s involvement in the US 2016 election.
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To make matters worse, Democrat insiders told ABC News that their Republican colleagues sometimes advised witnesses not to answer questions during the investigative interviews.
Cohen reported in a statement following the scandal: “Given my own proximity to the president of the United States as a candidate, let me also say that I never saw anything – not a hint of anything – that demonstrated Trump’s involvement in Russian interference in our election or any form of Russian collusion.”
The attorney is now reportedly writing his own memoir regarding the Trump-Russia probe.
Coincidentally, Cuban was once prosecuted by the US Securities and Exchange Commission after he was accused of insider trading. He was later found not guilty.
The businessman also once called Cohen's client – Donald Trump – "crooked," right before announcing he was considering running for president himself.
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