Cohen: ‘I guarantee it won’t be good to set up a Woodward interview


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Cohen suggested to Lemmon that Trump was over-confident in his interviews, stating, “Donald Trump is the smartest person at any table at which he sits, just ask him.”

Cohen also reiterated his accusations that he had heard the president privately repeatedly making racist remarks, “Everybody is telling you that the man is racist … I just don’t get it.”

However, Lemon continued to work for the president despite those allegations. Cohen stressed that he had tried to hold the president on racial issues by helping to form a “National Diversity Coalition”, “My hope is that he will indeed rise to the level of being president of all people.”

Cohen, who pleaded guilty to campaign finance fraud in 2018, made the remarks on the same day that audio recordings of Woodward’s interview with the president were published by news outlets.

In an interview in March, the president told Woodward that he was deliberately reducing the risk of coronovirus to avoid panic. However, in February, he said that the Woodward virus was “lethal stuff” and far more dangerous than the flu as he had repeatedly done both publicly.

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