Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen switches to Democratic Party, hits administration's values

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Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime former personal attorney, has switched parties to become a Democrat. "The old days, it was a little different than Pennsylvania to it", Mr. Trump said referring to the GOP's inability to win presidential elections earlier.

"There was collusion between Hillary, the Democrats and Russian Federation, there was collusion, there's no question", said Mr. Trump.

The revelation of the allegations against Weinstein inspired many women to reveal their own stories of sexual assault, but Donald Trump has recently taken shots at the #MeToo movement by expressing concern for men who are accused of sexual assault or harassment.

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Cohen had served as the Republican Party's deputy finance chairman but resigned that post this year amid a criminal investigation into his business dealings.

The move, Davis said, is "another step in his journey that began" when he told ABC News' George Stephanopolous in July his family, along with his country, "have my first loyalty". Cohen, when pleading guilty, declared in open court that he made the payments "at the direction of the candidate, ' by whom he plainly meant Trump".

Cohen pleaded guilty in August to eight federal charges. He also said he did so specifically to influence the outcome of the election. It's unclear when the interview would air.

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