Michael Wolff claims that Trump said: & # 39; The Jews always turn around & # 39; because employees do business with researchers
In a new book by Michael Wolff, the author and journalist claims that President Donald Trump has accused the Jewish people of flopping the Jews, especially with regard to his former Jewish associates.
& # 39; The Jews always turn around, & # 39; said Trump, according to Wolff's book Siege: Trump Under Fire.
According to the extract from the book, which was obtained by The Guardian a week before the release date, Trump made this comment after his employees had made deals to partner with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Trumps former fixor Michael Cohen, accountant Allen Weisselberg of the Trump organization and David Pecker, CEO of American Media, all made cooperative pleas with the Mueller team – they are all Jewish.
The book is expected to be released on June 4 and is a sequel to his book & # 39; Fire and Fury & # 39; from 2018, describing the behavior of Trump and his staff during the 2016 campaign and the first year he was working.
Journalist and author Michael Wolff claims that President Donald Trump has said: "The Jews always turn around," referring to his former Jewish associates who have entered into advocacy agreements with Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Wolff made the claim in his upcoming book Siege: Trump Under Fire, which will be released on June 4 and will be advertised as an & # 39; explosive book about a presidency that is under attack from almost all sides & # 39;
The new book is a follow-up to Fire and Fury, which looked at the dysfunction of the 2016 Trump campaign and the first year of its presidency. The book came under fire from fact checkers and even Wolff admitted that he had added stories in the book he thought were not true
It also outlined dysfunction at the Trump White House.
A description of the new book on the publisher's website says that Siege is an & # 39; explosive book about a presidency that is under attack from almost all sides & # 39 ;.
The first Wolff book was thoroughly investigated by fact-checking and the author admitted that it contains stories he thought were not true. The follow-up book also faces the same kind of doubts for the publication.
He says that certain statements in the book & # 39; are based on internal documents given to me by sources near the office of the special counsel & & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The documents you described do not exist & # 39 ;, Peter Carr, a Mueller spokesperson, told The Guardian.
Cohen had previously been Trump's lawyer and was known as his fixer. He admitted that he handed out hush money payments prior to the 2016 presidential election for adult entertainer Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal, both claiming they had extramarital affairs with Trump.
The former lawyer entered into a plea in 2018 to cooperate in the investigation of the Special Counsel and admitted that he lied to conference panels that were investigating the Russian interference.
Trumps former fixor Michael Cohen, who is Jewish, agreed to work with the special lawyer and pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including admitting that he had made hush-money payments prior to the 2016 election
American Media Inc. CEO David Pecker (left) and accountant David Weisselberg of Trump (right) were also involved in payments that kept women silent about business with Trump. The two – both Jewish – also made cooperation agreements with Mueller
Pecker, as well as American Media Inc., the parent company of National Enquirer, received immunity from prosecution.
AMI admitted that it had made a payment of $ 150,000 to ensure that McDougal did not publish its story about its affair with Trump before the 2016 elections, and went on to admit that the purpose of the payments was to make the story so that it did not adversely affect the elections for Trump.
Weisselberg, a Trump loyalist, who was the person who co-financed the payments, also reached an immunity agreement with prosecutors after being summoned.
Wolff's book claims that Trump generalized Jews who turned around loyalty after making plea agreements with Mueller.
The special council began investigating Russian interference in the 2016 elections in 2017. Mueller & # 39; s 448 page & # 39; s report with probe findings was made public in April.
The report said the investigation found no evidence that Trump, his associates, those in his campaign or administration had conspired with the Kremlin to influence the outcome of the 2016 elections.
Trump says the findings completely clear him of all crimes, including obstruction of justice, which the report does not outweigh.
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