"We are very pleased with what we read because there were no collusion at all," Trump said Saturday at the White House before boarding Marine One for the Army Navy game in Philadelphia.
In August, Cohen committed eight federal crimes after being sued by Manhattan prosecutors. These included tax fraud, false statements to a bank, and campaign finance violations associated with his work for Trump, including payments Cohen had made or had helped to loot women who had contacted the then presidential candidate had.
Trump has rejected these allegations. When asked on Saturday whether he had instructed Cohen to commit crimes related to the election, Trump said emphatically, "No."
Trump described the investigation of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller as a "very one-sided situation".
The President also argued that "The last thing I wanted is help from Russia in the campaign" and turned on the attack on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. He referred to the role that the law firm played in Clinton's campaign to finance Fusion's research into opposition research. Fusion GPS is the research company that hired former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, who wrote the Russian dossier on Trump, as a subcontractor.
He also quoted Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera and said: "This is a collusion deception" and "there is nothing here that is unjustifiable.
Rivera, who made comments on Fox News on Saturday morning, named Trump a friend and appeared on his hit reality television show, "Celebrity Apprentice."
The lawyer of the President, Rudy Giuliani, repeated Trump on Saturday, arguing that "Muller's late-day investment once again shows no evidence in conjunction with the president."
The prosecution says e, Cohen was supposed to receive a "substantial" jail term of approximately four years for tax fraud and campaign finance crimes.
In a separate deposition, prosecutors from Mueller's office accused Cohen of offending his contacts with Russia.
Despite the revelations in the deposits, Trump tweeted after his release on Friday, "the President explains. Thank you!"
Liz Stark, Katelyn Polantz, Marshall Cohen, and Erica Orden of CNN contributed to this report ,