"I think Donald Trump actually has given himself the pardon," said Cohen. "I think he also has pocket pardons for his children and for Rudy [Giuliani] and it's already stashed somewhere."
"I am doing this in large part as #Trump and family have tried, and thankfully failed, to destroy America's democracy," Michael Cohen tweeted on Friday.
Michael Cohen told Vanity Fair that Trump "cares for no one or for anything except for himself...that includes his own children."
The president's former personal attorney called the interviewer's questions "obnoxious" and accused her of not reading his new book.
Michael Cohen told MSNBC "Rudy is being played by the Russians."
Adult film actress and producer Daniels has laughed off Melania Trump's "porn hooker" insult after secret recordings of the First Lady were leaked.
The audio leak from Melania Trump's former friend and aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff was played on Michael Cohen's "Mea Culpa" podcast.
Donald Trump's former lawyer told Newsweek he believes the release of the president's financial records would uncover "corruption and crimes."
Cohen said earlier this month that Donald Trump was afraid for his tax returns to be released publicly over concerns that this would likely show tax fraud.
The president's former lawyer has made a string of allegations against him, while suggesting he would like to turn the U.S. "into a monarchy."
Trump's disgraced ex-lawyer and fixer said that the president's "wealth is not as significant" as he claims.
The African National Congress called President Donald Trump "a person who himself is not a model of competent leadership," after reports say Trump allegedly made disparaging comments about former South African President Nelson Mandela.
The ex-White House director of communications agreed with Trump's former personal lawyer's assessment of those who work with the president.
The White House has pushed back against Michael Cohen's claims, describing him as "a disgraced felon and disbarred lawyer, who lied to Congress."
Trump's former lawyer says the president is "guilty of the same crimes" Cohen was convicted of, citing his new book as a "fundamental piece of evidence."
The Fox News host played a recording he said featured a conversation between Chris Cuomo and ex-lawyer for President Donald Trump Michael Cohen.
President Donald Trump's former attorney will return to home confinement, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.
Cohen's release comes a week after the release of Trump's ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort into home-confinement over similar concerns.
Novartis told Newsweek criticism of the company is "without merit."
The head of American Media Incorporated, David Pecker, was questioned by federal prosecutors about hush money payments made to women who allegedly had affairs with Donald Trump before he was elected president.
Cohen is now serving a three-year prison sentence for fixing payments for Trump, while Giuliani is front-and-center in Trump's Ukraine scandal.
"The felony crime is a serious one," Joyce Vance said. "Most significantly is the threat there is jail time involved."
"Folks think they can get to the president through me because I work with the president a lot, talk to the president a lot," Matt Gaetz told Fox News' Martha MacCallum.
"If members of Congress want to spend their time psychoanalyzing my tweets, it's certainly their prerogative," Gaetz said in a statement. "I won't be joining them in the endeavor."
Cohen's idea was ultimately not pursued, with the candidate instead opting for a setup with American flags that had a more presidential feel.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts were appalled by the "disturbing" leaks of President Donald Trump's tax documents to The New York Times Tuesday, but hailed him as a "bold businessman" for reportedly losing more than $1 billion between 1985 and 1994.
In a recorded interview, Cohen said: "I actually have one of the photos... It's terrible."
"He's going to what I like to refer to as 'Jewish heaven,'" Larry Levine, founder of Wall Street Prison Consultants, said.
"Once they state something even related to a congressional purpose, the court, I think, will allow this to go through," said Andrew Napolitano, a former judge.