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Trump's morning tweets about Michael Cohen are basically an admission of guilt. Buckle up.

Trump's morning tweets about Michael Cohen are basically an admission of guilt. Buckle up.

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Donald Trump's former lawyer, fixer, and probably golf caddy Michael Cohen is headed to prison for three years, and the president is not taking it very well.

Cohen is headed to the clink for what the judge called a "smorgasbord of criminal conduct,", including tax evasion, lying to Congress, and most concerning to the president, violating campaign finance laws by setting up a shell company to buy the silence of women who allegedly had affairs with Trump (and submitting false invoices to lie about the loan) as not to freak out Trump's new evangelical fan base.

Hours later, Trump has finally chimed in about the sentencing on Twitter, and is making even less sense than usual.

The president is not disputing that he directed Cohen to make the payments, but he's insisting that he didn't know it was illegal, so therefore it wasn't illegal (???).

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