> Hi WW
> No we don't know why Cohen plead guilty to those
We know exactly why. It’s laid out in detail in Cohen’s sentencing memo that you refuse to read.
>Your assuming you know.
I do know, because I read the sentencing memo.
>What your failing
> to understand is Trump directing an attorney to do
> something legal isn't illegal.
Are you really trying to argue that a violation of campaign finance law isn’t illegal?
>This is one of
> Jarrett's points in the source provided in the OP.
> The other crimes have no bearing on the other two
> charges as far as Trump.
Had you read the sentencing memo you would be aware that Cohen lied to banks in order to get financing that he used to violate campaign finance law. That he committed tax fraud with impunity justified Mueller’s request for “substantial” punishment. Cohen would do anything to enrich himself, including defrauding the US government, and decieving US voters. That Trump directed him to do say should indicate why.
> Yes I read the section concerning the campaign
> finance guilty plea.
> Now you do know its not illegal to plead guilty to
> charges in a plea deal even if the charges can't
> be supported. This is one of the problems with
> plea deals.
Meaningless word salad.
> Jarrett presents this point with this statement
> from the OP source....."FOX News legal expert and
> best-selling author Gregg Jarrett UNLOADED on the
> New York State acting Attorney General Robert
> Khuzami and the “snot-nosed kids” and
> “morons” who put together the nonsensical and
> flimsy accusations against Michael Cohen and
> targeting Donald Trump."
I’m sure NYAG is terrified lol.
> Now another thing to consider which hasn't been
> brought up is Trump's name is a brand and as such
> he or others involved in the brand can take action
> against things which could effect the brand. Brand
> protection is not a campaign contribution.
Don’t hold your breath.