JUST IN! Mark Meadows Files Criminal Referral for Cohen

JUST IN: Congressman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) announced today that he has filed a criminal referral for former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, claiming he violated the law by not disclosing his foreign contacts.

Meadows stated;

“I just entered a referral for criminal investigation of Michael Cohen, who violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act by illegally lobbying on behalf of foreign entities without registering.”

Meadows added, “Cohen talks about “blind loyalty.” His real blind loyalty? It’s to the almighty dollar.”

Fox News reports that sources close to Meadows said “the referral specifically involves Cohen’s consulting on behalf of Kazakhstan’s BTA Bank, as well as consulting for Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis and South Korean aerospace.”

Cohen who has been convicted as a felon for lying to congress, and will start a 3 year prison sentence soon stepped in hot water today with the likes of Meadows, Jordan, and others.

“I’m going to back to the question I asked before with regards to your false statement that you submitted to Congress,” Meadows said.

“On here it was very clear that it asks for contracts with foreign entities over the last two years. Have you had any foreign contracts with foreign entities whether it’s Novartis or the Korean Airline or Kazakhstan BTA bank? Your testimony earlier said that you had contracts with them. In fact, you went into detail.”

Cohen: “I believe it talks about lobbying…I did no lobbying.”

Meadows: “I’m not asking about lobbying Mr. Cohen.”

Cohen: “They are not government agencies, they are privately and publicly traded companies.”

Meadows: “Did you have foreign contracts over the last two years?”

Cohen: “Foreign contracts?”

Meadows: “Contracts with foreign entities?”

Cohen: “Yes.”

Meadows: “Why didn’t you put them on the form it says its a criminal offense to not put them on this form for the last two years, why did you not do that?”

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