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Cohen Explains Why Trump Behind Bars Would Be Scary

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Michael Cohen expressed concern that Donald Trump’s growing legal debts from court judgments and lawsuits, totaling over $350 million, could motivate the financially strained former president to sell sensitive government information he acquired before and during his presidency in order to raise funds.

Cohen warned that Trump would sell such information “to anyone” without regard for national security, as his sole priority is himself.

Cohen said, “We need to be very careful about him as a potential president, because he’s for sale. He needs to figure out where he’s going to raise 500 plus million dollars over a short period of time.”

“One of the biggest fears I have about having Donald Trump behind bars is that he would sell this information for a bag of tuna or a book of stamps,” he continued.

“He doesn’t care about America,” added Trump’s former attorney.

“And I say this not to be hyperbolic. I say this as fact, knowing him for as long as I’ve known him. He will sell that information to anyone, because he doesn’t care about anyone or anything other than himself. Plain and simple,” he explained.

Cohen and others have argued Trump’s compromised financial position could be exploited by foreign powers, demonstrating the ongoing risks posed by Trump both in and out of office due to his sole focus on self-interest over national security.

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