Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s longtime personal attorney, has reportedly resigned from his position as deputy finance chair of the Republican National Committee.
Perhaps more surprising than the news that Cohen — who remains under federal investigation — was still on the RNC’s finance leadership team at all was his rebuke of his former boss in his resignation letter.
Cohen called out the Trump administration’s policy of separating families at the border as part of its “zero tolerance” immigration enforcement, according to ABC News:
Anyone still think Cohen won’t flip on Trump? And why did he still have a position with the RNC?