On Thursday, prominent trump critic George Conway sent a picture of President Trump's $ 35,000 check to his former lawyer Michael Cohen along with a quote from Trump's Wednesday conference: "I don't do cover-ups."
Cohen testified that the check was partial repayment for $ 130,000 he paid actress Stormy Daniels as hush money to cover a sexual encounter she says she had with Trump. The money changed hands shortly before the 2016 election and was part of the evidence in Coh's plea to deal with federal prosecutors who resulted in his imprisonment. Cohen has said he has paid the payment at Trump's direction.
Conway is a childcare advisor Kellyanne Conway.
On Wednesday, the president stepped out of a white congressional meeting and said he could not work with Democrats while pursuing investigations of his campaign and administration. Earlier, spokesman Nancy Pelosi had said that Trump's refusal to cooperate with congressional investigations constituted a "cover-up".
"I'm not doing cover-ups," Trump said at a quickly arranged press conference in the Rose Garden.
Kellyanne Conway, who was present at the meeting, allegedly brought along with Pelosi after Trump's exit.
According to the Washington Post, after Trump left the room, Conway asked Pelosi if she would answer what Trump had said.
"I will answer the president, not the staff," Pelosi said.
"Wow, it's really a pro-woman of yours," Conway shot back.
"She treats everyone as they" re her staff, "Conway said Thursday on Fox News." She treats me as if I am either her girl or her driver, her pilot or her makeup artist. "
Meanwhile, George Conway, a prominent conservative lawyer, has become one of Trump's most obvious critics.
In a Conway arguing that the evidence collected by Specialist Robert Mueller is so "damn", Trump should be immediately punished.
"What the Mueller report shows up with crystal clearness is that today there is cancer in the presidency: President Donald J. Trump," Conway wrote. "Congress now carries the solemn constitutional obligation to immediately demand this cancer."
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