The facility is a minimum-security prison 70 miles northwest of Manhattan, where the now-disbarred lawyer and his family live.
"He's here," Representative Steve Cohen joked to his House colleagues as he walked into the room with a bucket of KFC and a small statue of a chicken, a stand-in for the attorney general.
"You are going to find me guilty of campaign finance, with McDougal or Stormy, and give me three years—really?" said Cohen. "And how come I'm the only one?"
Donald Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen is now suing the Trump Organization over $1.9 million in unpaid legal fees.
Several Democrats said Trump should be impeached if the Buzzfeed report proves to be true.
Hogan Gidley repeatedly declined to deny that Donald Trump instructed Michael Cohen to lie under oath.
The account promotes itself as being for "Women who love and support Michael Cohen. Strong, pit bull, sex symbol, no nonsense, business oriented, and ready to make a difference!"
"I think nobody knows more about campaign finance than I do because I'm the biggest contributor," Trump claimed years ago, well before Michael Cohen pleaded guilty.
After two years of Trump we may have overlooked the essence of his insanity: His brain sees only private interests transacting. It doesn't comprehend the public interest.
"We have heard from [Cohen's] attorney that there's much more to tell, and he wants to tell it once the Mueller investigation is over," Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell told CNN.
"I never directed Michael Cohen to break the law. He was a lawyer and he is supposed to know the law," the president tweeted.
Griffin reposted an old tweet from Cohen, in which he predicted Hillary Clinton would go to prison.
Trump's former "fixer" said he took "full responsibility for each act that I pleaded guilty to," including those that implicate the "president of the United States of America."
"These tweets are going to become more and more imbecilic. They're going to make less and less sense."
"Totally clears the President. Thank you!" Trump tweeted, falsely.
Federal prosecutors suggest that Donald Trump committed a federal crime when he directed his then-attorney Michael Cohen to pay off two women during the 2016 campaign.
So far, Flynn is the only Trump administration official to plead guilty in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.