Magazine September 10, 2018, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

Andrew Cuomo thinks “America was never that great.” Cut him some slack, he lives in Albany.

Trump’s fixer Michael Cohen pled guilty to a host of charges, including campaign-finance offenses that he said he committed at the direction of Donald Trump. These were the payments to a porn performer and a Playboy Playmate that Trump allegedly had affairs with. Cohen’s statement in court was, on the one hand, not surprising at all, since Trump’s prior denials that he knew about the payoffs were never credible, and on the other hand, shocking, because it implicates the president in a crime,

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