White House does damage control now that two Trump advisors are convicted felons

Two of President Trump’s former close advisors are guilty. One of them, Michael Cohen, basically said in federal court that Trump participated in a criminal conspiracy to violate campaign finance laws -- when he ordered Cohen to pay hush money to two women who said they had affairs with him. Today, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump did nothing wrong.


Jonathan Weisman - New York Times - @jonathanweisman, Laurie Levenson - professor of Criminal Law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California; former federal prosecutor - @LoyolaLawSchool

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