(FOX News) – President Trump’s initial response to Michael Cohen’s testimony before Congress on Wednesday was uncharacteristically restrained. This is largely because Trump was in Vietnam, many time zones away from his favorite Fox News programs.
He was back in the White House residence on Friday morning, though, his energy laser-focused on Tucker Carlson, who offered a novel angle from which the president could attack his former attorney and fixer. “Wow, just revealed that Michael Cohen wrote a ‘love letter to Trump’ manuscript for a new book that he was pushing,” Trump tweeted.
“Written and submitted long after Charlottesville and Helsinki, his phony reasons for going rogue. Book is exact opposite of his fake testimony, which now is a lie!”