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Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano lashed out at President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani for suggesting that the hush payments that Michael Cohen made to keep women quiet about alleged affairs were not campaign contributions, despite the different conclusion coming out of the Southern District of NY office. The hotel, built inside the historic Old Post Office, has 263 luxry rooms, including the 6,300-square-foot "Trump Townhouse" at $100,000 a night, with a five-night minimum.

"My view is that he can be indicted, but cannot be prosecuted until leaving office because the disruption to the government of the prosecution would be far more than the Constitution tolerates", he said.

But Hatch, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, reportedly told CNN's Manu Raju that he doesn't care about Trump's alleged crimes - and doesn't think the president was actually involved in Cohen's hush money payments on his behalf.

According to the newspaper the New York Times, June 9, 2016 trump's son-in-law of U.S. President Jared Kushner and at that time the head of the electoral headquarters by Paul Manafort, was found in "trump tower", with Russian Natalia Veselnitskaya, which is probably connected with the Kremlin. "The bigger pardon question may come down the road as the next president has to determine whether to pardon Donald Trump".

President Donald Trump on Friday was implicated by prosecutors in two crimes committed by his former attorney Michael Cohen.

According to the documents, Individual-1 is none other than Donald Trump. Trump on Saturday denied that he directed Cohen to make the payments.

Trump has denied knowing anything about the Daniels payment.

Since Trump won the 2016 presidential election, U.S. authorities have been investigating allegations that his campaign team somehow colluded with Russian Federation, claiming that Moscow hacked the election process in order to help him. "As a result of Cohen's actions, neither woman spoke to the press prior to the election". He said that even if it were a campaign contribution it would amount to a civil case, adding, "but it was done correctly by a lawyer and there would not even be a fine".

On Sunday, Trump assailed former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, whom Trump fired while he was heading the Russian Federation investigation before Mueller was named to lead the probe.

"They would be impeachable offenses - whether they are important enough to justify an impeachment is a different question", he told CNN's Jake Tapper.

Even though the United States Department of Justice has informal rules against indicting a sitting president, Napolitano explained that prosecutors would nonetheless have options at their disposal where they wouldn't have to simply drop the case. The source said Trump sees impeachment as a "real possibility".

"The new Congress will not try to shield the president", he said.

In a 2000 interview with Fortune magazine, Trump boasted that if he ever ran for president, it's "very possible that I could be the first presidential candidate to run and make money on it".