President Donald Trump’s bill signing was remarkably quiet Wednesday. The president didn’t pop off, randomly make jokes or schmooze the way he normally does. Instead, he signed the bill, shook a few hands and exited.
The president had a moment to say anything he wanted to the press about Cohen during the signing but remained mostly reserved, not something typical of Trump.
Cohen implicated Trump in felonies when giving investigators information that pointed directly to the president.
While Trump might seem worried Wednesday, in an interview with Reuters Tuesday, he said that if he was impeached his supporters would “revolt.”
Trump reportedly didn’t make it into the office today until noon.
Watch Acosta’s report below: