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Michael Cohen interview on CNN

Post  Admin on Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:34 am

Donald Trump | Michael Cohen interview Trump Advisor on Donald Trump's Next Steps

Published on Oct 11, 2015

Donald Trump Advisor on Donald Trump's Next Steps Michael Cohen interview. Michael Cohen, "Trump is not going anywhere", "Trump will be our next president", " The media has been unfair to Mr. Trump"



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Tim K. Mak

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Tim Mak is the Senior Congressional Correspondent for The Daily Beast. He covers Congress, politics and national security. He previously reported on politics and defense at Politico and the Washington Examiner.

This is the reporter who sent Michael Cohen the "disgusting email" in July, 2015, accusing Donald Trump of "a horrific act with his ex-wife" and threatened to publish those falsehoods which were confirmed false by Ivanka Trump herself.

In this interview, the reporter attempts to engage Michael Cohen regarding Tim Mak with leading questions which prompt for Cohen's apology for responding to Mak in a firm manner.  Mr. Cohen refuses the offer to apologize and the interviewer responds by defining his response as a "Trump-esque" quality.

Tim Mak is originally from Vancouver, British Columbia where he lived most of his life prior to coming to the United States.  He currently resides in Washington, D.C. according to his Linked-In account, but it's unclear if he's a United States citizen yet or if he has even applied.  He graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.  In 2009, he went to Arlington, Virginia to become a Koch Summer Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.  At that time, the Koch Summer Fellow Program provided public policy internships that included a stipend and housing allowance.

While the Koch Brothers agree with conservatives on some issues, they are staunch libertarians by any other definition and clash horns often with conservative Tea Party groups.  Charles and David Koch have inserted themselves into the 2016 elections with the goal of bringing the GOP closer to their own libertarian roots, willing to throw approximately $300 million down on this election period.  Among their influence is the well-known Americans For Prosperity (AFP), a non-profit group funded by the billionaire brothers.  This past August, AFP held their annual Defending the American Dream Summit with 3,600 staff and volunteers in attendance along with carefully selected GOP candidates.  Speakers at that event included Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal, former Texas Governor Rick Perry, and Florida Senator Marco Rubio.  Donald Trump and other Republican candidates were not invited.  AFP's Foundation President, Tim Phillips noted, "We talked to people who had records that for the most part were philosophically aligned with us."  Expectations were delineated by Charles Koch, stating:

Charles Koch wrote:"What we expect them to do is to compete on who has a more positive message for America, rather than what's wrong with some other candidate and did he smoke pot when he was 15 or whatever."

The candidate referred to here is Jeb Bush, but the reality of his unpopularity doesn't just lie in his questionable past, it's driven by a non-willing public to vote in another Bush dynasty candidate and another Bush that agrees with Barack Obama's not-so-secret-anymore and vastly unpopular, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement, which Donald Trump called "a horrible deal for the United States and it should not pass"


Despite the distance the Koch Brothers have maintained publicly as to not be seen as embroiled in the tabloid headlines aimed specifically to cause damage at Donald Trump's expense, Tim Mak and others fueling the inside brawl, have undeniable connections to the Koch Brothers.  While Michael Cohen expresses himself publicly on CNN how the campaign feels about the attacks, Tim Mak has been reduced to writing anonymous articles in obnoxious retaliation for the CNN interview and obvious indebtedness to Charles and David Koch.  As of today, an article appeared in The Daily Beast, childishly written and very much in praise of guess who?  The Koch Brothers.  

Perhaps someone should remind these libertarian adherents that Hillary is the one to focus their efforts and wealth upon.  Setting their sights on a GOP hostile takeover is neither the time nor the place.  It's also not very nice and causes a stain on some of the Koch Brothers shared reputable goals.  Since the TPP is now front and center in the news, perhaps Tim Mak might make better use of his time researching who the Koch Brothers would be best spending their hard-earned billions on and make better use of his education with them rather than wallowing in the mud with the rest of the uniformed haters.


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