Trump trial live updates: Michael Cohen tests about how Trump didn’t like paper trails

Trump trial live updates: Michael Cohen tests about how Trump didn’t like paper trails
Trump trial live updates: Michael Cohen tests about how Trump didn’t like paper trails
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Michael Cohen said that normally spoke with Trump in person or over the phone. Cohen said he sometimes contacted Trump though his executive assistant Rhona Graff, his “personal attache” Keith Schiller, or Trump’s children.

Like earlier witnesses, Cohen observed that Trump did not use email.

“Mr. Trump never had an email address,” Cohen said. “He would comment that emails are like written papers. He knows too many people who have gone down as a direct result … of emails … that prosecutors could use in a case.”

“By ‘gone down’, you mean getting into some sort of trouble?” Cohen was asked.

“Yes ma’am,” Cohen replied.

Trump, at the defense table, did not respond to this questioning.

Cohen said that he frequently reported to Trump when handling sensitive matters.

“As soon as you had a result or answer, you would go straight back and tell him, especially if it was a matter that was troubling to him,” Cohen said.

“If you didn’t immediately provide him with the information … that wouldn’t go over well for you,” Cohen added.

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