Even if the president’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen explicitly sold access in the form of meetings with Trump administration officials, it would be difficult, if not impossible, to mount a successful public-corruption prosecution.
Even if the president’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen explicitly sold access in the form of meetings with Trump administration officials, it would be difficult, if not impossible, to mount a successful public-corruption prosecution. AP File photo
Even if the president’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen explicitly sold access in the form of meetings with Trump administration officials, it would be difficult, if not impossible, to mount a successful public-corruption prosecution. AP File photo

If Cohen peddled access to Trump, it’s sleazy, swampy — and also perfectly legal

May 16, 2018 08:30 PM