The president praised another longtime adviser, Roger Stone, for saying he would not testify against the president.
President Donald Trump praised the "guts" of longtime informal advisor and political trickster Roger Stone for refusing to testify against him in special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing Russian Federation probe.
Corsi accuses Mueller's investigators of trying to bully him into giving "false testimony" against President Donald Trump. "Nice to know that some people still have 'guts!'", the president tweeted.More news: Fortnite gets new Minecraft style third mode
Cohen told a federal judge that negotiations for a Trump Tower real estate project in Moscow were still going on as late as June 2016, just one month before Trump earned the Republican Party's nomination. Trump added that Cohen "makes up stories to get a GREAT & ALREADY reduced deal for himself".
Trump declared that Stone (who was kicked off Twitter in October 2017 for spewing threatening obscenities at CNN reporters) will never flip on him.
The ABC interviewer, George Stephanopoulos, asked Stone about emails in which he reportedly instructed Corsi in mid-2016 to "get to Assange at the Ecuadoran embassy in London and get the pending WikiLeaks email".More news: Richard Sherman calls out the Redskins for passing on Colin Kaepernick
Eric Trump unloaded with force Wednesday evening against George Conway, saying the Washington attorney's constant criticisms of the Trump administration were disrespectful to his wife, Kellyanne Conway, who now serves as a senior presidential counsellor.
Conway's husband responded on Twitter to the president's praise for Stone and referenced the statutes of tampering with a witness and obstruction of justice.
It was revealed last week that Trump spoke more extensively during the presidential election with Cohen about the proposed Trump Tower project in Moscow than Cohen admitted to Congress a year ago, which Cohen said while pleading guilty Thursday in federal court to a charge from Mueller's office.More news: George H.W. Bush's Service Dog Sully Remains by Casket
Trump finished off his morning by attacking Mueller and "his out of control band of angry Democrats".