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Trump has ‘no soul’: Michael Cohen describes his relationship with ‘worst human being’ in new interview

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Michael Cohen reflected on his relationship with President Donald Trump before he begins serving a prison sentence in connection with their work together.

The former Trump Organization lawyer will report to prison May 6 to begin a three-year term at Otisville, after pleading guilty to violating campaign finance law by paying $130,000 to porn actress Stormy Daniels at Trump’s direction, reported The New Yorker.

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He admitted to violating banking laws to get money for the Daniels payoff, and he also pleaded guilty to charges related to a similar payment to Playboy model Karen McDougal before the 2016 election — and Cohen admits he feels bitter toward the president.

“You are going to find me guilty of campaign finance, with McDougal or Stormy, and give me three years — really?” Cohen told the magazine. “And how come I’m the only one? I didn’t work for the campaign, I worked for him, and how come I’m the one that’s going to prison? I’m not the one that slept with the porn star.”

Cohen stuck with Trump throughout a tumultuous working relationship before finally turning on his longtime boss, and agreeing to cooperate with various investigations into the president’s campaign and business dealings.

“I actually enjoyed him, interestingly enough,” Cohen said. “When he’s good, he’s great. When he’s horrible, he’s the worst human being on the planet. I mean it. He has no heart and no soul when he’s mean.”


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Several large Christian church congregations in Tennessee reclose their doors after coronavirus outbreaks

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Outbreaks of coronavirus are forcing several large Church of God congregations in Cleveland, Tennessee, to close their doors again, WRCBtv reports.

"In a series of posts in the past week on the Westmore Church of God Facebook page, lead pastor of the church Kelvin Page reported one, then five and then at least 12 cases of COVID-19 in his congregation," the report states. "In the days since, people connected to the church said the outbreak is two or three times that number."

Read the full report over at WRCBtv.

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GOP governor orders most Texans to wear masks as coronavirus spikes in the Lone Star State

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Gov. Greg Abbott issued a nearly statewide mask mandate Thursday as Texas scrambles to get its coronavirus surge under control.

The order requires "all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases, with few exceptions," according to Abbott's office.

Abbott's order is effective as of 12:01 p.m. Friday.

Abbott had previously resisted calls for such a statewide requirement but allowed local governments to require businesses to mandate masks.

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Black reporter calls out white police union chief for ‘dangerous and false statement’ about Florida protest

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News4Jax reporter Lena Pringle covered the peaceful Black Lives Mater protests in downtown Jacksonville, Florida on Thursday, only to be attacked for being there by a white police union chief.

"The Kemetic Empire, other activist organizations, and family members of those killed by police are demonstrating on the steps of JSO in downtown Jacksonville. Listen in to find out what concerns and changes they want to see from JSO," Pringle typed, posting a video of the demonstration that displayed black body bags to signify the lives taken by police. The comments exploded on Pringle's feed with racism and hate.

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