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Michael Cohen, former attorney for Donald Trump and newly reborn #Resistance member, said on Friday that he has personally witnessed Trump making remarks that are clearly racist, including that “black people are too stupid to vote for him.” But in a video obtained by Mediaite, Cohen can be seen in 2016 not merely defending Trump against being called racist, but vehemently delivering an impassioned, forceful, nearly 10-minute speech explaining in detail how and why Trump is not racist. Either he was lying one of those times, or Cohen didn’t think in 2016 that saying “black people are too stupid to vote for me” was a racist thing to say. Cohen’s 2016 remarks were delivered at the New Spirit Revival Center in Cleveland, Ohio, at a event with Pastor Darrell Scott. Scott and Cohen co-founded the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, a 2016 campaign organization created to appeal to Continue reading "Michael Cohen’s Intense 2016 Speech Defending Trump Against Charge of Racism a Flat Contradiction of Latest Claims"