Michael Cohen, the former attorney for President Donald Trump, testified before Congress on Wednesday in an attempt to destroy the president.
But it appears that he inadvertently helped him when asked about his supposed trip to Prague to meet with Russians.
The supposed trip to Prague to meet with Russians was at the cruz of the reason that the FBI gave to start an investigation into President trump.
And lo and behold Cohen, who again was there to destroy President Trump, testified that he had not made that trip.
“Have you ever been to Prague?” Rep. Ralph Norman asked Michael Cohen about the supposed trip.
“I’ve never been to Prague,” Cohen said. “I’ve never been to the Czech Republic,” he said.
Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) asks Michael Cohen: “Have you ever been to Prague?”
Cohen: “I’ve never been to Prague”
Norman: “Never have?”
Cohen: “I’ve never been to the Czech Republic” pic.twitter.com/CpNvsfJmqp
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) February 27, 2019
22. Cohen just now: “I’ve never been to Prague. I’ve never been to the Czech Republic.”
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) February 27, 2019
Is the Russia investigation a witch hunt?
“I’ve never been to Prague. I’ve never been to the Czech Republic,” Michael Cohen tells Congress, a reference to a report that a phone traced to Cohen briefly sent signals ricocheting off cell towers in the Prague area in late summer 2016.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 27, 2019
AND SCENE https://t.co/p70tkh3400
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) February 27, 2019
STICK A FORK IN THE DOSSIER, and in the entire witch-hunt against the Trump team👉🏻Cohen: “I’ve never been to Prague. I’ve never been to the Czech Republic.”
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) February 27, 2019
Finally!!! Michael Cohen is asked about Prague and says that he has never been. That contradicts the dossier.
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) February 27, 2019
Michael Cohen just admitted he has never been to Prague.
The allegation of Cohen going to Prague first emerged nearly two years ago when BuzzFeed published the famous and infamous Steele Dossier. Democrats accused him of colluding with Russians.
— Kambree Kawahine Koa (@KamVTV) February 27, 2019
Finally, someone asked Cohen if he ever went to Prague. He said no. Unless that’s a lie, mark another strike against the dossier, which the Obama Administration amazingly took seriously.
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) February 27, 2019
lol, Michael Cohen denies he’s ever been to Prague or even the Czech Republic, debunking yet another core tenet of the Trump/Russia collusion dogma. Bad day for the conspiracy dead-enders
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) February 27, 2019
Cohen just denied under oath having ever been in Prague, and he also said he never met with Russians on his 2016 trip elsewhere in Europe. That would seem to drive a stake in the heart of a story that has refused to die.
— Ken Dilanian (@KenDilanianNBC) February 27, 2019
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