On Tuesday, President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen pled guilty to campaign finance violations, tax and bank fraud. He’ll likely serve time in jail.
As Cohen appeared before a federal judge, political analysts wondered about other White House staffers’ complicity in covering up the president’s scandals.
“It wasn’t just President Trump that lied about this. The entire orbit of the White House was involved in this intricate lie,” CNN contributor Symone Sanders said.
She pointed out that if she were in Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ position, she would be very alarmed right now.
“So if I’m the press secretary, I’m extremely concerned about all of the lies that I’ve been complicit in telling,” she noted.
‘Brutal and unacceptable’: Calls for arrest of NYPD cop who put woman in the ER during protests
The Speaker of the New York City Council is demanding accountability for a NYPD officer caught on tape violently striking a woman during protests of police violence.
Video of the incident appeared on social media on Friday. The video appears to show the cop running up a shoving the woman, launching her off her feet.
She is reportedly now in the ER after suffering a serious seizure.
"This officer needs to be charged with assault," Speaker Cory Johnson posted on Twitter. "Hard to watch. Brutal and unacceptable."
This officer needs to be charged with assault.
‘I’m getting shot’: Shocking video shows police in Louisville hitting journalists with pepper bullets
Police fired pepper bullets at a camera crew doing a live broadcast of the police violence protests in Louisville on Friday evening.
"WAVE 3 News reporter Kaitlin Rust appeared to have been hit by rubber bullets reportedly fired by an LMPD officer during a protest in downtown Louisville," the station reported.
Rust was wearing a fluorescent safety vest at the time of the incident.
"I'm getting shot," she shouted.
The news anchor asked, "who are they aiming that at?"
WATCH: Prisoners at Chicago correctional facility bang on the walls in solidarity with protesters
On Friday, as protests raged across the nation over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Chicago protesters were joined by the inmates of a correctional facility, who audibly banked on the walls in solidarity.