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Michael Cohen is ready to reveal ‘chilling’ personal experiences with Trump: Lanny Davis

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Lanny Davis, the attorney representing former Trump “fixer” Michael Cohen, tells ABC News that his client is ready to reveal what he describes as “chilling” details about his personal experiences with President Donald Trump.

During an interview with ABC’s “The Investigation” podcast, Davis said that Cohen was willing to do Trump’s “dirty deeds” when it was just limited to private-sector work, but he’s frightened for the country now that Trump is president.

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Host Kyra Phillips seemed taken aback by the notion that Cohen “feared” the president, especially since he for years willingly served as Trump’s pit bull. Davis, however, countered that Cohen had simply come to realize that the presidency is too important of a job to be left to a man with Trump’s temperament.

“He’s literally a man without judgement and he scares the you-know-what out of me,” Davis insisted.

Davis also said that Trump was putting Cohen’s life in danger by calling him a “rat,” which could make him a target for violence in jail by fellow prisoners who punish people whom they perceive to be snitches.

Davis later said that Cohen, should he ever get the chance to testify publicly, will tell stories about Trump that might even give some of his supporters pause.

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“To me, when I first heard Michael tell me all this, even as much as I knew about Trump that was negative, was chilling,” he said.

Listen to the whole podcast below.

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Betsy DeVos’ DOE threatens to cut university funding for positive portrayal of Islam

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The U.S Department of Education threatened to pull federal funding from a Middle East studies course jointly run by Duke University and the University of North Carolina because it portrays Islam too positively.

The DOE ordered the universities to change their program or lose its federal grant money. In a letter to UNC, the department criticized the program, arguing that topics like Iranian art and film have “little or no relevance” to the Middle East studies program. The letter also argues that the program “appears to lack balance” because its programs are not focused on the discrimination faced by “religious minorities in the Middle East," including Christians and Jews.

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Wall Street is ignoring the omens of recession — here’s why

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The Federal Reserve seems a lot more concerned about the state of the economy than it’s been letting on.

The Fed lowered its target interest rate by a quarter point on Sept. 18, the second such cut since July – and the first reductions since the Great Recession more than 10 years ago.

Judging by the words of Fed Chair Jerome Powell, this isn’t that big a deal. In his statement following the decision, he said: “We took this step to help keep the U.S. economy strong in the face of some notable developments and to provide insurance against ongoing risks.”

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Elizabeth Warren accuses Congress of complicity in Trump’s continued abuses

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren accused the U.S. Congress of complicity in President Donald Trump's continued abuse of power late Friday, after reports surfaced of his alleged attempts to solicit foreign meddling in the 2020 presidential election, and reiterated her demand that Democrats use their majority in the House to pursue impeachment.

Warren's tweeted statement came hours after the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden's opposition to a Ukrainian prosecutor in 2016.

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