Cell tower proofs put Michael Cohen in late summer 2016 near Prague. According to an explosive report issued by McClatchy on Thursday, the charges suggest that Cohen had gone abroad to co-operate with Russian officials in the United States presidential election
Cohen, the former private lawyer and "fixer" for President Donald Trump, emphatically denies 19459007 that he has ever undertaken such a trip since the idea was published in the infamous Trump dossier in January 201
Citing unnamed sources who are familiar with the matter, the news agencies reported that Cohen's cell phone briefly called in late August or early September 2016 in the Close to the Czech capital Pinged Tower.
The sales offices report that the location information was shared with the office of Specialist Attorney Robert Mueller Main application in the dossier: Cohen met during this time with representatives of the Russian government to discuss the Trump campaign and the payments to hackers on Hillary Clinton's campaign. It would also be remarkable if Trump's supporters abused the idea of the Prague Journey – or the lack of evidence – as a means of discrediting the entire dossier.
The documentary series compiled by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele contains numerous unsubstantiated claims about Trump's connection to Russia, which is currently the subject of the Special Adviser's request.
Cohen said he was in Los Angeles at the time of the alleged journey with his son . Once, bizarrely, he tweeted a photograph of a closed passport as proof that he had never been to Prague. However, McClatchy claimed in April that Cohen had entered the Czech Republic via Germany and therefore did not need a passport seal between the two EU countries.
The President, like his former lawyer, immediately denounced the dossier and has repeatedly pointed it out. Financing is provided by a lawyer working for the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. In 2017, Trump held a press conference the day after the BuzzFeed dossier was published to demand an apology from the point of sale. He claimed that he had seen Cohen's passport at the time and stated that he had no indication of a trip to Prague.
As others have pointed out, it is not clear why Cohen would lie if he traveled to Prague – if he did – rather than cover up the misconduct.
The president's relationship with Cohen suffered in the summer following an investigation by the prosecutor's attorney for acts as Trump's legal representative. Cohen worked with investigators. He pleaded guilty to a series of crimes, including violations of the electoral fines bill, and was sentenced to three years in prison earlier this month.