Trump added that Cohen "makes up stories to get a GREAT & ALREADY reduced deal for himself".
Meanwhile, the special counsel's office stunned Washington with the revelation last week that it had struck a plea deal with former Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen, who is speaking to investigators about Trump's real estate pursuits in Russian Federation among other topics.
The "false testimony" Mueller's team supposedly wanted Corsi to give concerned his relationship with Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone and WikiLeaks.
Cohen pled guilty on Thursday to lying to Congress about how much he discussed an ill-fated Trump Tower Moscow project with then-candidate Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Ballon d'Or: Who finished highest excluding Ronaldo and Messi
The suggestion is that Ronaldo and Lionel Messi may not even make the top three as a result of ordinary World Cup campaigns. I would vote for him, results are the only objective thing and everything else is subjective.
Legal experts immediately pounced upon the tweet as a potentially illegal attempt to influence a witness. Client-1 is how Trump is referred to in the document filed Friday. It referenced sections of the federal criminal code dealing with witness tampering, among other things, reports CNBC.
A slam: Attorney George Conway, a frequent critic of Trump who also is the husband of Trump aide Kellyanne Conway, responded to Trump's Stone tweet with one of his own. DOJ (at least with a nonfake AG) prosecutes cases like these all the time. "Trump is genuinely melting down, and no good lawyer can represent him under these [circumstances]".
"It is wonderful how much problematic conduct Trump has committed in public-like this open evidence of witness tampering".
Corsi, who wrote the anti-President Obama book "The Obama Nation" and is connected with political operative Roger Stone, has claimed for the past week that he was being improperly pressured by Mueller's team to strike a plea deal which he now says he won't sign.
Trump slammed both Cohen and Mueller in a series of tweets shortly after Cohen pleaded guilty in federal court last Thursday. He previously worked in the Canberra press gallery and recently finished a Masters of Journalism at Columbia University in NY.