Longtime Donald Trump counselor Michael Cohen denied a new report that he actually had been in Prague despite his denials.
The report, by McClatchy, said that federal investigators have evidence Cohen had traveled to Prague during the 2016 presidential campaign.
That allegation was made in the infamous Steele Dossier and has been central to denials of Russian collusion by Trump supporters.
"Bad reporting, bad information and bad story by same reporter Peter Stone @McClatchyDC," he tweeted on Saturday. "No matter how many times or ways they write it, I have never been to Prague. I was in LA with my son. Proven!"
Bad reporting, bad information and bad story by same reporter Peter Stone @McClatchyDC. No matter how many times or… https://t.co/rAClTTQ97Y— Michael Cohen (@Michael Cohen) 1523721228.0
This is not the first time Cohen has taken to Twitter to deny traveling to Prague.
Here are some of his other denials:
For more than a year, I have sworn under oath, appeared on tv and provided written and verbal statements to press..… https://t.co/FgajkPRpOC— Michael Cohen (@Michael Cohen) 1517964279.0
.@ChrisCuomo @JCMARINE90 @realDonaldTrump The dossier is complete garbage. #Trump never videoed and I have never been to Prague. Get over it— Michael Cohen (@Michael Cohen) 1484308583.0
@FoxNews @RepPeteKing @FBI Thank you @RepPeteKing for acknowledging the #FakeDossier including that I was never in… https://t.co/PF57RRWOCN— Michael Cohen (@Michael Cohen) 1514130982.0
I have never been to Prague in my life. #fakenews https://t.co/CMil9Rha3D— Michael Cohen (@Michael Cohen) 1484097711.0