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One of the misdeeds that Cohen is famous for is the payment of $130,000 in hush money to Stormy Daniels in October of 2016 to cover up the affair that she had with Trump a decade earlier. We had several discussions about that topic a while back, but I could not find it this morning.
Stormy Daniels is not been in the news lately, but her former attorney, Michael Avenatti, made the news just this morning, since he was arrested in California for violating the terms of his bail a week before his federal trial in Los Angeles. Avenatti, who is accused of extorting Nike for up to $25 million and stealing millions of dollars from clients, was arrested by IRS agents during an appearance before the State Bar Court in Los Angeles.
He is no longer Stormy's attorney, but when the two of them were making the TV circuit, there were actually people who thought that he should run for president.
Less than a year later, he was evicted from his law office, and his legal troubles started to pile up.
When I pulled up this thread again this morning, I noticed that several people had commented on the performances of Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows during the Cohen hearings. Even though that hearing was a year ago, both of these clowns have not changed a bit. Meadows recently announced his retirement, but Jordan will likely remain in office until his term expires in January of 2021, and possibly longer. He was been in his current position since 2007.
He recently said that he would be happy to serve in the senate trial, which would REALY make it a circus.