Plain Talk: Senator Cramer Says Cohen Hearing Was “Much to Do About Nothing”

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, leaves federal court in New York, April 16, 2018. (Jeenah Moon/The New York Times/Copyright 2018)

“To me it’s a lot to do about nothing,” Senator Kevin Cramer said of the Cohen hearing on today’s Plain Talk podcast.

At the time of our interview Cramer acknowledged having only seen small portions of the testimony, but said he expected anything the President’s former lawyer was saying to be “filtered through the lens of somebody who has lied to Congress.”

“I don’t want to prejudge everything he says presume it’s a lie, but you can’t presume it’s the truth,” he continued.

“I sense a fatigue in the American public, in the North Dakota public, over all these things,” Cramer said.

He added that “other things are going on like the negotiations with Kim Jong-un.”

Cramer also answered listener questions.

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