FILE - This Wednesday, April 11, 2018 file photo shows attorney Michael Cohen in New York. The Treasury Department’s internal watchdog says it’s investigating how detailed allegations about the banking records of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer became public.
Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer
Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

‘Normal Washington sleaze,’ the left says of Cohen

From USA TODAY: “Like so much of Cohen’s record, it was raw, crude, and unabashly corrupt.”

2. How Michael Cohen Profited Off His Meager Trump Administration Expertise

From New York Magazine: “Ironically, Cohen was selling his knowledge of the Trump White House, which he’d just been shut out of.”

3. Opinion: Big money in Trump’s Swamp

From The AJC: “Whatever lays at the bottom of this mess, Mueller will get at it if given time.”

The right explores how to win young and black voters

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