Rudy Giuliani spoke in recent days concerning Michael Cohen’s change of heart towards President Trump.
In an effort to divert any of the claims made by Cohen, Giuliani attacked his integrity. This however could turn into a very ugly situation that may leave Trump exposed.
Giuliani at one stage praised Cohen when he had kept quiet regarding what he knew about his client.
A seizure by the FBI on Cohen’s office confiscated a number of documents. This triggered a series of events in an effort to stop the documents from reaching certain persons.
Cohen had since then changed his approach in an effort to save himself. Since Cohen started talking Giuliani had a change of tone where he now accused Cohen of being a liar.
Why The Change
The question was why did Giuliani change his tone? It was clear that once Cohen was willing to be thrown under the bus he was the best ever.
Now that he decided to save himself and expose whatever information he had on Trump his credibility was no good.
This approach could become a problem for Trump as his attorney showed lack of integrity and was only about anything that could save his client.
Trump said before that “I have no concerns that Michael Cohen is going to do anything but tell the truth.”
Now that a tape was released with a conversation between him and Cohen he was objective.
Trump asked, “What kind of a lawyer would tape a client? So sad!”
He once felt Cohen was fine person now he thought otherwise.
Trump showed no interest in helping Cohen; he seemed more focused on keeping himself safe.
Jay Goldberg, a former Trump attorney believed the change in tone by Giuliani would damage Trump’s case against Cohen.
“No defense lawyer would say that,” Goldberg said.
One of the biggest blows to Trump’s case was the tape that voiced his conversation about paying of Stormy Daniels.
Giuliani criticized the legitimacy of the tape by saying experts felt it was false.
“Now that we’ve seen the full scope of [Michael] Cohen and Lanny Davis’ deception, we don’t trust anything,” Giuliani said.
However this just felt like a ploy to interfere with evidence and present a false account of what actually happened.
“Since we don’t have the original, we asked for it,” Giuliani said. “Our expert analysis is done until we get the raw copy, which we are seeking.”
Cohen’s lawyer Larry Davis responded to Giuliani’s accusations via Text message to FOX News.
“Mr. Giuliani seems to be confused,” Davis wrote. “He expressly waived attorney client privilege last week and repeatedly and inaccurately — as proven by the tape — talked and talked about the recording, forfeiting all confidentiality.”
Will we ever know the truth about what actually was real? It appears the big issue was who do we think was telling the truth.