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Rudy Giuliani claims there is no ‘wrongdoing in the government’s charges’ for Trump — ignores Cohen implicated him

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President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani said in a statement Tuesday that there’s nothing in Cohen’s guilty plea that matters to Trump.

Parsing words, Giuliani said there was nothing “in the government’s charges” about Trump. He’s correct, however, Cohen implicated Trump as part of his plea. This is a signal that Cohen will tie Trump to his charges, whether it’s official currently or not.

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“There is no allegation of any wrongdoing against the President in the government’s charges against Mr. Cohen,” Giuliani said. “It is clear that, as the prosecutor noted, Mr. Cohen’s actions reflect a pattern of lies and dishonesty over a significant period of time.”

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Republican John Kasich comes out in favor of Trump’s impeachment

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Pompeo now regrets not defending Ukraine ambassador as scandal ensnares the State Department: report

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Sources are saying Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has become frustrated by the loss of some top officials and regrets his failure to defend the former ambassador to the Ukraine from a smear campaign.

One source said Pompeo failed to get involved because he was afraid of upending U.S.-Ukraine policy and be pushed out of the administration like former national security adviser John Bolton, reported CNN.

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Trump fans sharpen their knives for Mulvaney after quid pro quo disaster: ‘He’s about 70 percent as smart as he thinks he is’

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Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's disastrous press conference on Thursday has riled up some of Donald Trump's most avid defenders who are now talking behind his back and on conservative talk radio for hurting the president.

According to a report at the Daily Beast, not only was the press stunned by Mulvaney's admission that the administration indulges in quid pro quo negotiating -- with the high-ranking White House official snapping "Get over it" at reporters -- but conservatives were also appalled at the damage he did to Trump despite attempting to disavow his own words hours later.

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