"This is a man who thinks that he cannot win a straight-up competition," explained Michael D'Antonio.
"He's going to say things that will give you chills," a person close to Cohen reportedly said.
Cohen's public hearing will be February 7, making him the first Trump associate connected to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe to cooperate with the Democrats since they took control of the House.
"Sounds like Donald Trump knows plenty about campaign finance," the CNN anchor quipped this week.
"The rich and powerful shouldn't play by some other set of rules," said the Representative from California.
Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy pointed out on Sunday that a "rat" is "mobster lingo" for a "witness who tells prosecutors real incriminating information."
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) attempted to downplay evidence of Trump's involvement in the illegal hush money payments.
"We are living in strange times." Melissa Murray said. "This is insanity."
"Shame on Republicans who don't speak up at this moment — for the FBI, the rule of law, and the truth," Comey said.
"You're moving shells around on me," Fox News host Chris Wallace told Giuliani. "Either it happened it or didn't happen."
"Let's remember that Michael Cohen has corroborating evidence for everything that he has said," attorney Lanny Davis said.
"I mean, this is a whole other can of worms that they know they'll have to deal with," Julie Davis said.
"I am done being loyal to President Trump and my first loyalty belongs to my wife, my daughter, my son and this country," Cohen said.
"I see [impeachment] as a distinct possibility," Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera said Friday morning.
"I will not be the villain of his story," Michael Cohen told George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "Good Morning America."
On Wednesday, Donald Trump's former counsel and "fixer," Michael Cohen, was sentenced to three years imprisonment.
Fox News host and Trump sycophant Sean Hannity was caught deleting past tweets that tied him to the president's former attorney, Michael Cohen, hours before Cohen was sentenced to prison.
During his sentencing hearing, Michael Cohen said that "blind loyalty to this man led me to choose a path of darkness over light."
"The president will probably be mad at me for saying this," Scaramucci said.
"If there's obvious evidence, the bottom's going to fall out," White House reporter Eli Stokols said.
Asked about new accusations facing Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who has already pleaded guilty to multiple charges, Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin had "no comment."
"It just like a lot of other things we've done in Washington," the Republican senator from Kentucky argued. "We've overcriminalized campaign finance."
"There's a very real prospect that on the day Donald Trump leaves office, the justice department may indict him," Schiff said.
"When you're the president of the United States and you've just been implicated in criminal activity, things are not OK in your world," Republican pundit S.E. Cupp said.
"What they call the membrane around Trump is failing, and the membrane is the group of people they put around Trump to protect him from himself," David Brooks told PBS News Hour.