Michael Cohen postpones congressional testimony citing Trump team's threats against his family

Michael Cohen postpones congressional testimony citing Trump team's threats against his family
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Former Trump “fixer” Michael Cohen announced on Wednesday that he is postponing his planned congressional testimony while citing threats made against his family by President Donald Trump.


In a statement first reported by the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, Cohen attorney Lanny Davis said that Cohen would postpone his testimony due to “ongoing threats” that Trump made against Cohen’s family “as recently as this weekend.”

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