Schiff on Cohen Plea, Trump Moscow Deal: ‘The Compromise Is Far Broader Than We Thought’

‘He was working on a deal that would require doing away with sanctions for him to make money in Russia’

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SCHIFF: “And now we have Michael Cohen saying that what the president was saying, what Michael Cohen was saying and others were saying about when this business deal ended was not true. And once more, the Russians knew it wasn’t true, that at the same time that Donald Trump was the Presumptive nominee of the GOP, and arguing in favor of doing away with sanctions, he was working on a deal that would require doing away with sanctions for him to make money in Russia. That is a real problem, it means that the compromise is far broader than we thought.”

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