McClatchy that Michael Cohen's cellphone appears to have taken place around Prague in the late summer of 2016.
President Donald Trump's longtime lawyer and fixer allegedly met with Russian officials there. Trump and the Kremlin: That's the detail of the collusion between Trump and the Kremlin. The dossier claimed Cohen met with Russian officials in Prague to try to limit the information that could have been made public of Kremlin's ties to Trump.
According to McClatchy, the cellphone signal does not really mean anything. During late august or early september, Eastern European intelligence agency said it was talking about a conversation among Russians in Cohen was in Prague. Robert Mueller.
These revelations are particularly significant because Cohen has long been denied he had ever been to Prague and his lawyer, Lanny Davis, categorically denied the claim earlier this month. "Never, never in Prague," said Davis in a television interview. "Never ever in Prague," Davis continued when he pressed on the issue. "And the reason, just to let your watchers know what we're talking about, is that the dossier, the so-called dossier, mentions his name 14 times. One of which is a meeting with Russians in Prague. 14 times. False. "
Cohen had traveled to Prague, even though he did not detail that evidence. "Bad reporting, bad information and bad story," Cohen wrote on Twitter in April . "No matter how many times or how they write it, I have never been to Prague."
If McClatchy's information is correct it could show that Cohen was lying all along. But there is a possibility that Cohen is telling the truth and McClatchy's report is correct. After all, Cohen has always specifically said he would not go to Prague himself, but McClatchy's report leaves Trump's former lawyer was "in or near Prague."