Donald Trump's former fixer and attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations, tax evasion and bank fraud, and former campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted on eight counts of tax fraud, bank fraud and not disclosing a foreign bank account.
"I will say that today changed everything," Omarosa Manigault Newman said.
"Manafort: Guilty," "Cohen: I'm Guilty," The Drudge Report posted.
Cohen's sentencing is scheduled for December 12.
Comedian Tom Arnold declared he and former personal attorney to President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen, have teamed up to bring down his presidency.
The charges reportedly include campaign finance violations.
"I was shocked he appeared to be chewing and swallowing the paper," Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in her new book.
The president's lawyer made a series of odd, contradictory statements in several TV appearances.
Team Trump has changed its position on the president's former personal attorney.
Cohen reportedly ready to tell prosecutors that Trump knew in advance about the Trump Tower meeting with the Russians.
"Cohen has evidence and info in his possession and it must be released to the public. Now!" Avenatti tweeted.
The Fox News host defended the president following the recording's release.
"It's total nonsense," Dershowitz said of Avenatti's predictions.
Since details of a secret tape between the President and his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, emerged, analysts have suggested that Trump himself might have been behind the leak.
"If he was prepared to do the right thing and come clean and basically turn state's evidence, I would absolutely consider it," Avenatti said of representing Cohen.
"I know for a fact that this is not the only tape," Avenatti said after it emerged that Cohen had recorded Trump discussing a payment to an ex-Playboy model.
Shortly after the FBI raid, despite being able to recently purchase a $6.7 million apartment, Cohen reportedly wanted Trump to pay his legal fees that he said were "bankrupting" him.