Rick Tyler: ‘Extraordinary Revelation’ that a Majority of Americans Think Trump Committed Crimes
TYLER: "Yeah, it's not that Michael Cohen is to be trusted and somehow is some paragon of virtue all of a sudden. It really is that they see Donald Trump and Michael Cohen and frankly a lot of people that Donald Trump has and continues to surround himself with as people who are at odds with the truth. What they see in Michael Cohen is that he has — he is acting repentant. He’s trying to clear the record, in some sense clear his name. He knows he’ll go to jail for lying. He produced documents during the hearing. And it’s really sort of — it’s really shocking when you believe that almost two-thirds of the country believe that Donald Trump committed crimes before he was president and nearly half believe that he committed crimes as president. That’s just an extraordinary revelation about the way the American people feel about their president."