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Trump’s ex-lawyer admits he paid for falsification of polls in president’s benefit

Besides, Michael Cohen created the forged accounts in Twitter
14:41, 18 January 2019

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Michael Cohen, the ex-lawyer of U.S. President Donald Trump recognized that he paid for the falsification of the online pools in his favor and favor of Trump during the election campaign as The Washington Post reported.

“Cohen paid a man named John Gauger to rig online polls for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign,” the message said.

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Besides, Cohen paid the company for the creation of Twitter account @WomenForCohen. It aimed to depict Cohen as “sex symbol” and “pit bull”, publishing tweets, which “praised his appearance and character” and participation in “the growth of Trump’s rating”.

In 2014, Cohen paid for the falsification of the poll of the business-leaders. In 2015 he paid for the polls on candidates for presidency from Republicans. In both cases, Trump did not become the leader of the public opinion.

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Michael Cohen was sentenced for three years in prison.

He pleaded guilty in eight points of the charge, particularly, he pleaded guilty in the tax fraud, financial schemes and violation of the law on the financing of the presidential elections.

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