President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen's Congressional testimony provided just enough information for House Democrats to open up a floodgate of investigations into Trump's life.
During his testimony, Cohen dropped several bombshells about alleged crimes committed by the president.
"Cohen left a trail of bread crumbs for Democrats to follow as they investigate many aspects of Trump’s life," a report from The Washington Post said.
"House Democrats on Thursday made plans to dig deeper into President Trump’s business and charity, using testimony from [Cohen] as a road map to call new witnesses and seek new internal documents," the report said.
The report explains that House Democrats are now planning to open three investigations based on the information gathered during Cohens' testimony.
The House Intelligence committee will seek to investigate, "Trump Organization’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg. It also plans to interview Felix Sater, a former Trump business associate who helped Trump develop a hotel in Manhattan" according to the report.
They will also look into Trump's charity, which he shut down after it was revealed that he was using the charity to benefit himself politically.
“All you have to do is follow the transcript,” Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD) said. “If there were names that were mentioned or records that were mentioned during the hearing, we want to take a look at all of that.”
“He set a very rich table,” Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA) said about Cohen. “We’re now looking at a 10-course meal.”
Read the full report below.