A++ comment. Summarizes very nicely things I've gleaned from reputable comments on sites that aren't Breitbart.
The constant onslaught of Trump-related scandals has desensitized all of us, which is quite unfortunate, because this one's a doozy.
Makes me wonder if this came up:
Wikipedia sez "money laundering" is covered under the broader classification of "bank fraud".
Did you see the video of Trump reading a statement during a sit-down meeting, flanked by Bolton (his first day on the job, LOL!), Pence and other national security officials? They had (presumably) nothing to do with Cohen and any of Trump's actions prior to and/or during the campaign. How could you not resent POTUS using your presence in what is absolutely an attempt to lend legitimacy to his very off-putting comments, branding the FBI's raid, which undoubtedly used the proper legal channels, as "an attack on this country"? WTF, dude?