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Politics - More Swampy Than We Think

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Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, found yet another reason to appear on at least 49 different TV talk shows within the past 24 hours.  

Avenatti says he has proof that a Russian oligarch paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to President Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.  

The New York Times broke the story about Cohen's business ties - some of which with major US companies. 

The Washington Post's Rosalind Helderman joined Jack & Joe to make sense of Cohen's many tentacles into the world of President Trump. Helderman provided A&G with some details about Cohen's "Essential Consultants" and the companies who paid him for a variety of services.  

Listen to their discussion below...and "welcome to the swamp":  

http://ftpcontent.worldnow.com/kfmbam/podcast/audio/760_audio_clips_23609.mp3

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