I think they basically have it right, but they should stop with the "If he has nothing to hide why is he worried about attorney-client privilege?" bullshit. I'm sure he has a lot to hide, but even if he didn't he has, as we all do, a reasonable expectation of privacy. I'm 99% sure Cohen committed some crimes, so the point is moot, but it's bothersome that they would use that line here. I don't have any crimes to hide, and I don't want anyone going through my emails. There's enough fuel to burn Trump with, NYT, so don't debase yourselves with that bad line of reasoning.