Swalwell: ‘Understatement’ To Say We Learned New Things from Cohen; ‘We Learned a Lot of New Things’

‘We did find him to be cooperative and answered every question we asked’

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BLITZER: "Did you learn anything new from Michael Cohen’s testimony today?"

SWALWELL: "Oh, boy, Wolf. That would be an understatement. We learned a lot of new things. I can’t go into them. We're still interviewing him, he's coming back next week. There’s very valuable new leads that we learned and he has been asked to bring back some documents to corroborate what he has told us. But we did find him to be cooperative and answered every question we asked."

 

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