Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, began publicly explaining to Congress earlier today about his involvement in, and knowledge of, mortgage payments made during the 2016 election. Cohen also testified behind closed doors before Congress on Tuesday and will do it again Thursday.
On Tuesday, CBS News reported that Cohen would reveal documents suggesting tax fraud and accusing the president of "criminal behavior and racism". Cohen also plans to testify that Trump knew the hacked DNC emails before WikiLeaks released them,.
Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison to listen to the congress during previous testimony in 2017. He is scheduled to begin his judgment in May.
Cohn's appearance in front of the House Oversight Committee today (Wednesday, February 27) began at 7 pm at PT / 10:00 ET.
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CBSNews reveals the event on YouTube, and you can look here. We've embedded it above.
C-SPAN also streams on testimony on the site.
The website's Monitoring and Reform Committee website is conducting hearings on its website, which should include Coh's testimony.
First published February 26 at 19:09 PT.
Updated 8:12 am.m. PT: Added additional contextual links.
Updated 11:11 pm PT : Adds details from Cohn's prepared testimony, released late on Tuesday night.