Before Congress, Cohen to accuse Trump of criminal conduct: source


President Trump’s former personal attorney and fixer, Michael Cohen, is due to start testifying on Capitol Hill. A source confirms to CBS News that Cohen plans to accuse the president of criminal conduct in connection with hush money paid to women who claim they had sex with Mr. Trump more than a decade ago. Cohen reportedly will also reveal some of the president’s financial statements and accuse him of making racist remarks. Nancy Cordes reports.

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