Garrett Graff: Trump’s Intimidation of Michael Cohen Is Not Something We Should Look Past
GRAFF: "Yeah, and I think, John, you’re right. There’s a public interest in seeing Michael Cohen testify publicly, and that’s why Democrats were trying to set that up in the first place. That was where they were expecting him to testify when he was up there in early February and that was before Donald Trump sort of threatened him and his family over tweets and then Michael Cohen pulled out. And this sort of another example, I think, of the craziness of this situation where because we sort of see this witness tampering playing out in public on Twitter, it somehow seems less troublesome to us than if we heard that Donald Trump was leaving notes under Michael Cohen’s windshield. You know, this behavior is something that we should not look past and something that, you know, should be part of any larger questions about the President’s obstruction of this entire investigation."