Follow-up on Michael Cohen confession: The Mistake.
So the CEOs of AT&T and Novartis have both admitted that dealing with Michael Cohen was a “mistake.” I like this tactic, and I think I’ll grab it by the insert locker room talk.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson: “Our company has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons these last few days and our reputation has been damaged… there is no other way to say it – AT&T hiring Michael Cohen as a political consultant was a big mistake.”
Novartis CEO Vasant Narasimhan: “We made a mistake in entering into this engagement and, as a consequence, are being criticized by a world that expects more from us.”
OK, here goes… my turn.
As previously disclosed in my previous post (attached below), I was completely transparent about my going to high school with a guy named Michael Cowan (not Michael Cohen). Well, I would like to take some time today to acknowledge that going to high school with a guy named Michael Cowan was a colossal mistake. An enormous dump of a mistake. Like, when you’ve ate too much cheese, and you need to push like a mother giving birth 2 weeks late to drop that turd like it’s hot mistake. (Happy Mother’s Day) Like, a really, really big mistake. Like, I never should even gone to high school, if it meant going to high school with a guy named Michael Cowan mistake. Like, wow, what a mistake. Just a mistake, though. It wasn’t because I was a corrupt teenager doing deals under the cafeteria table. No. Just a mistake. Only a mistake. Completely forgivable. Absolutely not worth investigating by Mueller, no. Just a mistake. Like, yeah… just a mistake.
Phew, so glad we could clear that air. Like one waves his hand after passing gas to spread it around.
If you having lawyer problems, I feel bad for ya son, I got 99 problems but corruption ain’t one.
Originally shared by Nathan Weaver
I have a confession to make concerning Trump lawyer Michael Cohen.
There’s been a lot of buzz going around in the news lately. A lot of pretty damning shenanigans about this one and that one. And one thing is for certain, if you’ve had any association with a lawyer named Michael Cohen, you’ve probably done something questionable. Especially if money was involved, or even if you just had a casual conversation about the weather.
Well, I wanted to get out in front of any false accusations concerning my associations and questionable behavior. So here goes…
I went to high school with a guy named Michael Cowan. And that may not seem like much, but I don’t want anyone getting the wrong idea. The guy was not Michael Cohen, but Michael Cowan. The guy seemed like a nice guy, at the time, but I didn’t really associate with him. He ran more with the jock/prep crowd and I typically didn’t do much associating with those types — except where necessary during a school day. But like I said, he seemed like a nice guy, but I didn’t really know him. Not well. Not really at all.
And I can’t stress this enough…. his name was spelled Michael Cowan, not Michael Cohen. As best I can tell from pictures of this Michael Cohen in the media they are not the same person. I repeat NOT THE SAME PERSON.
To the best of my knowledge I have never met a man who spells his name Michael Cohen, but I did go to high school with a guy named Michael Cowan.
That’s to do with associations… but concerning questionable behavior, well, I’ve done plenty of that let me tell ya.