Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s personal attorney, appears to be pushing back against the claims that Trump sent his tax returns anonymously to David Cay Johnson.
Joe Scarborough has been vocal about it on Twitter, pointing out that the White House had a coordinated message ready to go immediately over the returns, as opposed to the days or even weeks it takes them to respond to other issues.
— Michael Cohen (@MichaelCohen212) March 15, 2017
It’s really strange that Trump’s tweeting habits appear contagious, but I digress.
I think smart money is actually on Trump (or someone from his inner circle) sending those returns to the media. If he hadn’t, there should be a bigger outcry from them on stolen returns. But, there isn’t. Cohen is doing the job he’s always done – attack for Trump.
Because that’s what Twitter is for, right?