Michael Cohen reportedly paid someone to run a Twitter account called @WomenForCohen that described him as a 'sex symbol'
- The Wall Street Journal reported that Michael Cohen paid a small tech consultancy named RedFinch to create a Twitter account dedicated to him.
- @WomenForCohen describes President Trump's former lawyer as a "pit bull" and "sex symbol."
- Cohen also paid RedFinch to try to rig two online polls in 2014 and 2015, about business leaders and potential GOP candidates, in Trump's favor, The Journal said.
- Cohen has since broken from Trump and is due to testify to Congress next month in what will likely be a big boon for the investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
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It also published posts that complimented Cohen and Trump's looks and abilities.One post from December 2016 retweeted a photo of Cohen and Trump and said in its caption that the two men had won the "best looking men award." The Twitter account was part of a package of tech-related services that Cohen paid Gauger to carry out, which included trying to rig two online polls to make Trump look good, The Journal said.
One was by CNBC in 2014 of successful business leaders, and the other was by the Drudge Report in 2015 of potential Republican presidential candidates.
Gauger's attempts to rig those two polls were unsuccessful, The Journal said.Cohen's alleged method of payment was also dubious.
According to Gauger, Cohen handed the tech company founder a blue Walmart bag containing between $12,000 and $13,000 in cash, as well as a boxing glove that Cohen said was once worn by a Brazilian MMA fighter, The Journal said.
Cohen told The Journal that the payments were by check.
None of these charges discussed Cohen's dealings with RedFinch.He also pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2017 about the Trump Organization's efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the 2016 presidential campaign.
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