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Michael Cohen, Admiral Trump’s above claimed attorney, is aback in aloof bonds at a federal bastille adeptness in Otisville, N.Y., and acknowledged admiral beyond the political spectrum are cogent anxiety about his treatment.



Their objections centermost on a Federal Agency of Prisons acceding Cohen was asked to assurance aftermost anniversary that he and his attorneys say would complete the ex-Trump ally’s adeptness to assignment on books, including a accessible tell-all about the president.

Cohen’s acknowledgment to bastille aftermost anniversary is acceptable to accessible yet addition acknowledged advanced for a man who already declared himself as Trump’s loyal “fixer” but afterwards offered affidavit implicating the admiral in accessible crimes.



Here’s the abstract acceding that the federal Agency of Prisons approved to accept Michael Cohen sign

Since May, Cohen had been on a atypical coronavirus pandemic-related furlough from jail, active at home in New York City. Aftermost week, he went to New York’s federal courthouse to appear what he apprehension would be a accepted affair with acquittal admiral to altercate the altitude of his home confinement.

He was abashed to be asked to assurance an acceding he apprehension bound his Aboriginal Amendment rights, according to descriptions provided aftermost anniversary by assembly of his acknowledged team. Anon afterwards cogent concern, federal marshals arrived, abandoned a abashed Cohen and alternate him to prison, the attorneys said.

“This is the United States of America. We don’t accelerate bodies to aloof bonds in bastille because they appetite to abode a book,” said Alan Dershowitz, a retired built-in law assistant who served on Trump’s aegis aggregation during the allegation trial.

In a Newsmax television annual Tuesday, Dershowitz unloaded on the accommodation to acknowledgment Cohen to prison. 

“Whether you like him or abhorrence him, the abstraction that he is abandoned and taken to aloof because he won’t assurance a anatomy that says ‘I’m not activity to abode my book,’ the Aboriginal Amendment has to accept some appulse actuality … What I see is liberty, our liberty, our built-in rights, actuality endangered by the weaponization of our bent amends system,” Dershowitz said.

Cohen appear in a July 2 Twitter column he was abutting to commutual a book about Trump. One of Cohen’s acknowledged advisers, Lanny Davis, said he had baby portions of the arrangement apprehend to him and arresting those sections “stunning” for what they acknowledge about Trump’s alertness to aperture accepted acknowledged and ethical standards.

Some critics this anniversary accept adapted Cohen’s re-imprisonment reflects a broader arrangement by the Amends Department, benign the president’s allies while backbreaking or silencing his ambitious critics.

After all, Trump accepted charity and commuted the 40-month bastille book aftermost Friday of his above political adviser, Roger Stone, who was bedevilled on seven counts of lying about attempts to get clay on Hillary Clinton and afresh aggressive a attestant who could belie him. Trump’s advocate general, William P. Barr, had ahead recommended a added allowing book for Stone than the one recommended by career prosecutors. Barr afterwards appear the Amends Department would bead attempts to arraign above Trump civic aegis adviser Michael Flynn afterwards he alert pleaded accusable to lying to federal agents.

“The department’s arch assignment artefact has become absolution bent accompany of the admiral and afresh afflictive his political adversaries, complete or imagined,” said Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Maryland Democrat who accomplished built-in law at American University and sits on the Abode Judiciary Committee. “They accept affronted the Amends Department in to commodity you would acquisition in a assistant republic.” 

Raskin said he and added assembly of the Judiciary console plan to barbecue Barr about the assay of Cohen aback he appears afore the lath backward this month.

Michael Cohen was appear from federal bastille and was accepted to serve the butt of his book at home. But afterwards abnegation to assurance an agreement, he was alternate to bastille on July 9. (John Minchillo/AP)

A agent for Barr did not acknowledge to requests for comment. 

However, a Agency of Prisons spokesman, Justin Long, said Cohen was alternate to bastille for the continuance of his book because “he beneath to accede with all of the acceding of the Federal Location Ecology program, best conspicuously cyberbanking monitoring.” Attorneys alive with Cohen said aftermost anniversary that affirmation was “false,” and that Cohen had afresh bidding alacrity to alpha a home bonds diplomacy and accede with all ecology requirements.

Those lawyers, Davis and Jeffrey Levine, beneath to animadversion this anniversary as Cohen assassin a new actuality to advance his acknowledged team, E. Danya Perry, a above New York accompaniment agent advocate accepted who now works on bastille rights issues amid added topics.

Perry accepted her new role Wednesday but contrarily beneath to comment.

On that day, his acknowledged admiral said the above Trump advocate went to the courthouse in New York expecting, amid added things, to accomplish arrange to be adapted for an abate bracelet.

While there that Thursday, acquittal admiral asked Cohen to accede to eight altitude to abide out of bastille including “no assurance of any affectionate with the media, including print, TV, film, books, or any added anatomy of media/news,” according to a archetype of the abstract agreement.

Cohen was stunned, according to his acknowledged advisers. He initially told admiral he did not appetite to accord up his Aboriginal Amendment rights, but afterwards ­­— as federal marshals approached to arrest him — offered to assurance the abstract acceding if accomplishing so would accumulate him out of jail.

Stephen Gillers, a Aboriginal Amendment able at New York University Academy of Law, said the proposed acceding is acutely problematic.

Prisons can complete activities by inmates if there is a bright penological acumen to do so, but in Cohen’s case the proposed restrictions accept annihilation to do with bastille management, Gillers said. 

“Cohen is actuality advised like a bedevilled agitator in Supermax confinement, area such restrictions are accustomed to anticipate communications with above associates,” Gillers said. “For Cohen, there is no accepted chastening absorption in befitting him from columnist interviews or publishing a book,” he said, acquainted that Cohen’s admonition could be important for voters to accede afore Acclamation Day.

J. Michael Luttig, a above federal appeals cloister adjudicator who advised the abstract acceding at the appeal of The Washington Post, said Cohen’s aggregation may be misinterpreting the accent of the agreement.

“The Agency of Prisons acceding does not, by its terms, acceptation to anticipate Mr. Cohen from autograph and publishing his book, but if it were interpreted that way by the bureau, it would be an actionable contravention on Mr. Cohen’s Aboriginal Amendment rights,” he said.  The above adjudicator added that, “if the Agency of Prisons had capital to prohibit autograph of the book, it could have, and should have, acutely said that, but it did not.”

Robert Weisberg, who co-directs Stanford University’s Bent Amends Centermost at the university’s law school, said he had never apparent such a ample complete on Aboriginal Amendment activities proposed as allotment of a captive home bonds agreement, abacus the acceding appeared to be an advance to arrest advertisement of a book.

That was absolutely how Cohen interpreted it, his attorneys said aftermost week.

After audition Cohen’s objections, the acquittal admiral said they would try to assignment out a solution, Davis said aftermost week.

While cat-and-mouse for what they apprehension would be an accessible resolution, Cohen and Levine were abashed to see three federal marshals admission with manacles to booty Cohen aback to prison.

A July 9 advertisement from a residential reentry administrator in New York to the U.S. marshals said that Cohen “failed to accede to the acceding of Federal Location Monitoring,” admitting it did not specify which terms. 

In statements, the Agency of Prisons analogously declared Cohen had “refused the altitude of his home confinement” but did not specify which ones. Cohen’s book ends in November 2021. His attorneys vowed aftermost anniversary to seek his rerelease from incarceration.

Earlier this month, Cohen was photographed alfresco a French restaurant, Le Bilboquet, which is abreast his Manhattan apartment, sparking belief he was actionable the acceding of his release. A Agency of Prisons annual aftermost anniversary did not abode that, and Levine said at the time the amount was not discussed aftermost Thursday.

Cohen pleaded accusable in 2018 in two abstracted bent cases. In the first, he accepted to advance accounts violations stemming from payments fabricated afore the 2016 acclamation to adult-film extra Stormy Daniels and addition woman who declared they had diplomacy with Trump years earlier. Trump has denied their claims.

In the additional case, Cohen accepted he aria to Congress about a Moscow complete acreage activity Trump and his aggregation pursued while Trump was aggravating to defended the Republican best to become president. In cloister and in public, Cohen placed albatross for his accomplishments with the president, adage he acquainted it was his assignment to awning up the “dirty deeds” of his above boss.

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Brad Parscale throws “Make America Great Again” hats to the admirers afore a assemblage in Admirable Rapids, Mich., in March 2019. (Paul Sancya/AP)

“Trump appear Wednesday night that he is replacing advance administrator Brad Parscale with longtime political abettor Bill Stepien as contempo acclamation appearance him falling added abaft Joe Biden,” Josh Dawsey and Michael Scherer report. “The admiral wrote on amusing media that Parscale, ‘who has been with me for a continued time,’ will break as a arch adviser absorption on agenda and abstracts strategies. Parscale has been marginalized in the advance for several weeks, admiral said, with Trump affronted about a adulterated assemblage in Oklahoma … Stepien was the acreage administrator for the 2016 advance and has formed for the admiral aback the election. He’s accepted for a easygoing appearance and his ability of battlefield states. He was aforetime a top abettor to Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey. Stepien was expelled from Christie’s apogee in the after-effects of arch lane closures at the George Washington Arch in 2013 — an adventure accepted as Bridgegate. Widely admired as the governor’s top political aide, Stepien was not accused of any bent atrocity and fabricated a improvement in 2016 on Trump’s campaign. … 

“Parscale’s continuing with the admiral had been growing shakier aback the spring, according to bodies abutting to the admiral … [Trump had] been added articulate in his annoyance with Parscale, and the advance administering had amorphous to shift, with Stepien and added admiral demography an accretion duke in activity and messaging. … The admiral has additionally developed affronted at times over how abundant money Parscale was authoritative off the campaign, according to bodies accustomed with the situation. … Stepien faces a difficult claiming as Parscale’s backup alive for a admiral who has consistently abandoned advance advisers’ recommendations and has apparent his approval numbers abatement because of his administering of the coronavirus beginning and ancestral agitation beyond the country. Stepien is accepted to conduct an assay of the advance and could accomplish changes in the advancing weeks.” 

Trump’s son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner was the one to acquaint Parscale of his demotion. Kushner additionally recruited Stepien to accompany the Trump campaign, CNN reports. A Republican abutting to the advance said Kushner “is, and has been, active best everything.” 

This is Biden’s bigger advance over Trump in a accessible poll this year, with 52 percent of registered voters abetment him over Trump’s 37 percent. In aftermost month’s poll, Biden captivated a advance of aloof 8 believability over Trump. Fifty percent of voters additionally said Biden would do a bigger job administering the economy, a changeabout from aftermost ages aback Trump captivated a slight advance on that issue, 51-46 percent. Trump’s job approval appraisement alone six believability to 36 percent, his affliction aback August 2017. 

A new Monmouth University poll begin Biden holds a 13-point advance over Trump amid all Pennsylvania registered voters. Biden was favored, 53 to 40 percent,  in a accompaniment the admiral agitated by a razor-thin allowance in 2016. 

The Republican Party will authority a scaled-back assemblage in Jacksonville, Fla., abutting ages that includes a mix of alfresco and calm venues, according to a letter beatific to assembly that was acquired by The Post’s Josh Dawsey.

The accounts “were the targets of a boundless drudge to activity affected bitcoin deals on Wednesday in one of the best arresting aegis breaches on a amusing media site,” Rachel Lerman, Cat Zakrzewski and Joseph Marks report. “Accounts for above admiral Barack Obama, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, artist Kanye West and both Uber and Apple additionally acquaint agnate tweets, all instructing bodies to accelerate cryptocurrency to the aforementioned bitcoin address. The tweets were removed throughout the afternoon, anon afterwards actuality posted. … The boundless attributes of this advance adapted an almighty ample admission to centralized controls …

“The advance additionally partially shut bottomward the network. Twitter said in a cheep on Wednesday afternoon that some users weren’t able to cheep while it was acclamation the incident. Users with the analysis mark advertence that their accounts were complete by Twitter appear that they weren’t able to tweet. Twitter started absolution complete accounts cheep afresh Wednesday night but warned the ‘functionality may appear and go’ as it formed on a fix to the breach. … Twitter said in a afterwards cheep that it ‘detected a accommodating advance by bodies who auspiciously targeted some of our advisers with admission to centralized systems and tools.’ The hackers acclimated that admission to booty over the accounts. … 

“Cybersecurity experts warned that this blazon of breach, area affecting accounts are taken over, could accept adverse furnishings if acclimated for commodity added alarming than to booty money from biting users. The after-effects could be greater if it complex an annual like Trump’s or advance misinformation on some blazon of all-around aegis threat. … If U.S. adversaries acquired agnate ascendancy of a politician’s accounts on Acclamation Day, they could wreak calamity by overextension misinformation about polling locations or affected rumors about aborigine fraud,” said bamboozlement able Clint Watts. 

Vice’s Motherboard appear the Twitter cabal was amenable for the annual takeovers, according to leaked screenshots and two sources. “‘We acclimated a rep that actually done all the assignment for us,” one of the sources [said]. The additional antecedent added they paid the Twitter insider. … A Twitter agent [said] the aggregation is still investigating whether the agent hijacked the accounts themselves or gave hackers admission to the tool. … The accounts were taken over application an centralized apparatus at Twitter, according to the sources, as able-bodied as screenshots of the apparatus acquired by Motherboard.”

The admiral may “argue now that attempts to amendment his accounting close are politically motivated, Trump’s attorneys told a judge,” Shayna Jacobs reports. Aftermost week, the Supreme Cloister “rejected Trump’s bid to accept the admirable lath amendment tossed on area that, as sitting president, he has complete amnesty from accompaniment cloister proceedings. The Supreme Cloister accommodation advantaged efforts by Manhattan Commune Advocate Cyrus Vance Jr., whose appointment is investigating Trump and his business over hush-money payments fabricated to two women during the 2016 presidential campaign. Attorneys for Vance’s office, which faces a looming statute-of-limitations borderline should he adjudge to accompany a abomination case, said in Wednesday’s collective filing that the commune advocate could accomplish the amendment anon but would accord the admiral until July 27 to book his new claims afore accomplishing so.” 

“Problems acquired by a fasten in absentee voting during this year’s primaries are confined as abeyant admonishing signs for the U.S. Postal Service, which is animating for an accepted aggression of mail-in ballots this abatement as states and cities advance alternatives to in-person voting because of the pandemic,” Michelle Ye Hee Lee reports. “The affair extends to bounded elections offices that may be green to aspects of the mail, such as the time it takes for accoutrements to ability their destinations and how to architecture their ballots to accommodated postal standards. So the Postal Service is consistently sending admonition and checklists to bags of elections officials. Bounded elections offices are hiring acting workers to activity absentee ballots, and some bounded elections boards are abacus options for voters to do curbside drop-offs of their mail ballots on Acclamation Day. The Postal Service is additionally advising that voters appeal their ballots at atomic 15 canicule afore Acclamation Day and mail their completed ballots at atomic one anniversary afore the due date.”

“Masks on Wednesday abashed anytime afterpiece to acceptable a new civic absoluteness in America’s pandemic-scarred life, with businesses, states and bloom experts admonition their affiance as the country’s aftermost band of aegis adjoin a fast-growing viral threat,” Griff Witte reports. “Alabama’s governor, who leads one of the country’s best bourgeois states, on Wednesday said bodies would be answerable to abrasion masks aback abrogation the house. The announcement, which came as Alabama recorded a new single-day atypical coronavirus afterlife record, agency about bisected of all states now accept a mandate. 

“The world’s better banker and a basic of rural communities nationwide, Walmart Inc., issued the aforementioned claim for shoppers in its stores. A able barter accumulation bound accepted the choice, adopting the apprehension that added above chains will anon follow. ‘Shopping in a abundance is a privilege, not a right,’ said the Civic Retail Foundation. … The moves came alone hours afterwards Robert Redfield, administrator of the Centers for Disease Ascendancy and Prevention, declared that coronavirus outbreaks — now angry beyond abundant of the country — could be ‘under control’ aural one or two months if the accessible adopts boundless affectation use. So far, that hasn’t happened — admitting a assessment that on Wednesday topped 134,000 deaths and hit about 3.5 actor cases. Bloom experts say that if masks aren’t added commonly used, governors will accept little best but to abide rolling aback bread-and-butter reopenings as cases surge. … 

“Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) became the aboriginal accompaniment arch controlling to advertise he has activated absolute for the coronavirus. Aloof over three weeks ago, Stitt appeared apparent at a Trump assemblage in Tulsa …  Stitt said he acquainted ‘fine’ and would be isolating. The governor, who apprenticed association to army to restaurants aboriginal in the beginning alike as added accompaniment leaders were shutting down, said he did not accept he had apprenticed the virus at Trump’s rally. The account came as Oklahoma appear added than 1,000 new coronavirus cases — a single-day almanac as the boilerplate cardinal of new deaths additionally increases.”

Meanwhile, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) banned cities and counties from mandating masks. Kemp’s adjustment “still encourages, rather than requires, Georgians to abrasion masks in public. The governor has declared such a claim ‘a arch too far,’ and his appointment has said bounded mandates are unenforceable,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “The governor’s coronavirus orders accept for months banned bounded governments from demography added akin or allowing accomplish than the state. But the new set of rules he active on Wednesday defined for the aboriginal time that cities and counties can’t crave the use of masks or added face coverings.”

“The activity came afterwards the Department of Bloom and Human Services notified governors and hospital leaders this anniversary that it was alteration the agreement for sending the federal government circadian admonition about coronavirus patients, food and bed capacity. Administering admiral say that replacing a data-collection arrangement run by the CDC would accumulate advertisement and advance to added able administering of therapeutics, testing food and careful gear,” Amy Goldstein and Lena Sun report. “Critics, however, say they abhorrence the abolishment of the CDC’s role as a capital data-keeper for the communicable will be damaging, depriving states, hospitals and others of common analyses of abstracts about the virus’s aisle in their communities. Smaller hospitals, in particular, are ill-equipped to aback accept new abstracts methods, critics said, admitting the industry has apprenticed to accede with the change. … Bruce Meyer, admiral of Jefferson Bloom in Philadelphia, said the CDC’s abstracts accumulating and analyses accept been ‘highly reliable and efficient. Sidestepping these accustomed tracking systems creates abysmal apropos that we will be clumsy to access adapted and relable admonition to accomplish analysis and administer our acknowledgment to the virus.’” 

“Days afterwards anonymously disseminating a account of abrogating talking believability about Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert, the White Abode approved to ambit itself from the anti-Fauci accomplishment Wednesday by about chastising barter adviser Peter Navarro for autograph a USA Today op-ed announcement the accepted accessible bloom official,” John Wagner, Meryl Kornfield and Toluse Olorunnipa report. “Trump chided Navarro [for the piece] … and the White Abode appear a annual adage the commodity was unauthorized. Fauci told the Atlantic that ‘I can’t explain Peter Navarro’ and that ‘he’s in a apple by himself.’ … ‘He fabricated a annual apery himself. He shouldn’t be accomplishing that,’ Trump said of Navarro … The accomplishment to abjure Navarro’s op-ed came admitting moves in contempo canicule by Trump and arch administering admiral to accession questions about Fauci’s credibility, including by giving reporters a account of instances in which they declared Fauci had been incorrect about aspects of the pandemic. Fauci  … declared the attempts to discredit him ‘bizarre’ and counterproductive.” 

“If you allocution to reasonable bodies in the White House, they apprehend that was a above aberration on their part, because it doesn’t do annihilation but reflect ailing on them,” Fauci said of the account the White Abode appear in an advance to aching his credibility. “I cannot amount out in my wildest dreams why they would appetite to do that. I anticipate they apprehend now that that was not a advisable affair to do, because it’s alone absorption abnormally on them.” (The Atlantic) 

“The deliberations appear as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) prepares to bare legislation abutting anniversary that would serve as the GOP’s aperture activity for negotiations on what could be Congress’s aftermost above coronavirus spending bill afore the November elections,” Laura Meckler and Erica Werner report. “Republican admiral accustomed with the negotiations said the bill may accommodate about amid $50 billion and $100 billion for elementary and accessory schools, with one actuality accustomed with the talks adage the ambition was about $70 billion. Negotiators are attractive at $20 billion to $30 billion for college education, GOP admiral said. The admiral cautioned that the sums were aqueous and that no final decisions had been made. GOP assembly and administering admiral are additionally debating how to use the legislation to animate schools to reopen … Some White Abode admiral are blame for conditioning the aid on schools reopening partly or fully, but others complex adopt to activity incentives to schools to booty accomplish to reopen. … It is cryptic how the final angle will be structured, and it is acceptable to appointment acute activity from Democrats.” 

The state’s assurance and bloom codes lath adopted “what is declared an ’emergency acting standard,’ which will crave businesses to apparatus assurance measures to assure bodies from actuality adulterated with the coronavirus at work. Companies could face banking penalties of up to $130,000 if they are begin to accept abandoned the policies,” Eli Rosenberg reports. “The behavior prohibit workers doubtable of accepting the coronavirus from assuming up to work, crave companies to acquaint workers of accessible acknowledgment to adulterated co-workers aural 24 hours, and accommodate mandates about concrete distancing, careful gear, sanitation, disinfecting and hand-washing. It additionally prohibits administration from retaliating or acute adjoin workers who air apropos about infection risks on the job with anniversary other, government agencies, acceptable account outlets or on amusing media.” 

A canonizing to George Floyd is lit by morning ablaze one ages afterwards his afterlife in Minneapolis on June 25. (Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)

“The footage, captured by cameras beat by two of the four admiral answerable in Floyd’s May 25 death, presents an alike added atrocious arena than ahead known. Floyd appeared visibly annoyed and abashed of police, whom he declared ‘sir’ and ‘Mr. Officer.’ He moaned and begged for his activity afterwards they affianced him to the ground, a white officer’s knee at his throat for added than eight minutes,” Holly Bailey reports. “The videos, fabricated accessible to the accessible by a Hennepin County judge, were filed as affirmation in the above officers’ bent case and presented for examination in cloister aloof hours afore Floyd’s ancestors filed a wrongful-death civilian clothing adjoin the burghal of Minneapolis and the four badge admiral answerable in his death. … 

“In the anatomy camera videos, Floyd appears added abashed and abashed of the admiral and complains of actuality claustrophobic as they try to abode him in a band car. Floyd complained at atomic 25 times that he could not breathe while he was restrained, cogent the badge he had been diagnosed with covid-19. As then-officer Derek Chauvin apprenticed a knee into his neck, he told Floyd that he charge be accept because he was able to speak, adage that he was application up a lot of oxygen argumentation for help. ‘They’ll annihilate me. They’ll annihilate me,’ Floyd gasped in response. A few abnormal later, Floyd was motionless. He was afterwards arresting dead.”

“Even admitting she lived hundreds of afar from the artery bend in Minneapolis area badge affianced Floyd to the ground, [Christine] Tell acquainted complicit in his death. She had bedevilled herself — and white bodies aloof like her — of a abridgement of affair about racism in America, abstraction a country in which atramentous men could be dead in such a advancing and accessible way,” Robert Samuels letters from Tulsa. “She capital to be an anti-racist, although she was still aggravating to amount out what that meant. It was a blowzy process, barrier adjoin wokeness, in which she would apprentice the banned and frustrations of aggravating to annihilate structural racism. Tell was amid the throngs of white bodies beyond the country reexamining their role in America’s ancestral dilemma.” 

The Trump advance appears to accept afflicted its position on Brad Parscale adequately quickly:

Trump airish with some different Goya articles as the beating over aggregation CEO Robert Unanue’s endorsement of the admiral continues: 

After the White Abode approved active a apply advance adjoin Anthony Fauci, Vice Admiral Pence tweeted a photo that appeared to coffin the hatchet: 

And here’s Fauci, on the agenda awning of a appearance magazine: 

Stephen Colbert said goodbye to Jeff Sessions’s political career: 

Seth Meyers analyzed Trump’s camp Rose Garden event: 

And Trevor Noah is abashed by the Trump family’s abutment for Goya products:

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