Michael Cohen ready for his “John Dean” moment12:36
Michael Cohen has agreed to testify before the House Oversight Committee in the weeks before he reports to prison, in an on-camera, public hearing that has already been compared to the Nixon era. In 2018, Cohen’s own advisor, Lanny Davis, said: “Remember John Dean? It’s just the beginning”. Watergate Prosecutor, Nick Akerman and attorney Maya Wiley break down what the public could potentially learn from Cohen’s testimony. Wiley tells Ari Melber that the testimony has the potential to be “even more important than the Mueller report”.
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