It is now being revealed that former lawyer to President Donald Trump is in possession of dozen of secretly recorded conversations and according to his history, it’s highly likely that Trump has slid an N-word or two in his conversations pertaining to African-Americans and in particular, his political enemies.
Federal investigators obtained more than 100 recordings from attorney Michael Cohen, and many of them were expected to include conversations with Trump, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
Only a dozen tapes were known to exist when it was reported they were turned over on Friday to prosecutors, who were investigating Cohen’s business dealings and payments on Trump’s behalf to women who claimed they had sexual affairs with the president.
Although failing to tell a client about a recording device certainly doesn’t engender trust, which is the hallmark of attorney-client relationships, in New York, no rule says a lawyer must.
Trump has a documented history of racist overtones, including when the federal government accused him and his father of discriminating against minority renters in 1973 to this year to when he called African nations “shithole” countries.
Let’s not forget when he sided with Roseanne Barr after she posted a tweet comparing Valerie Jarrett to an ape.
Trump may have also thrown the N-word at the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson. The HUD chief is a friend now, but they were competitors for the GOP nomination. At one point, when Carson briefly pulled ahead of Trump in the polls, the president launched an attack by questioning Carson’s religion.
It will be seen and heard what’s on the tapes as prosecutors review whether or not the POTUS is guilty of trying to paying women with whom he’s had sexual affairs.