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Rep. Himes: Cohen denied Prague trip to House Intel Committee

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A new McClatchy report thrusts new scrutiny on whether Michael Cohen really did visit Prague, as alleged in the Steele dossier. Cohen has denied the claim all along including to the House Intelligence Committee. Rep. Jim Himes tells NBC’s Kasie Hunt if the report proves to be true Cohen would be at risk of being charged with perjury.