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'Dude Has All The Tapes': Tom Arnold Met With Michael Cohen, Says He's Going To Flip On Trump!

| Filed under: Legal MattersPolitikDonald Trump

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The biggest unanswered question in U.S. politics right now is whether or not Donald Trump's lawyer is going to flip on him and give the Southern District of New York damning criminal evidence.

(Yes, our president is basically a mob boss. Sigh.)

Now one source close to Michael Cohen is giving many on the side of justice fresh hope — and yes, that source is Tom Arnold.

Related: Tom Arnold Says He Knew Roseanne Would Destroy Herself On Twitter

The actor has known Trump and Cohen for years and is shockingly close to this investigation. It sounds absurd, but when you have a reality TV star POTUS, you get the sources you get.

Arnold, who is putting together a show on Vice called The Hunt for the Trump Tapes, tweeted out a photo of himself with the heavily-under-investigation Cohen on Thursday:

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Motherfucker! Trump Administration Just Filed Motion To Keep Children Detained LONGER!

| Filed under: Icky Icky PooLegal MattersPolitikBarack ObamaDonald TrumpIcky Icky Diaper PooViral: KidsViral: News

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After nearly universal outrage over Donald Trump's family separation policy, he finally admitted he lied about his hands being tied — and signed an executive order ending the policy.

Sure, he's lying AGAIN to say the policy was created by past presidents… but at least the problem is solved, right?

Wrong.

Related: Immigrant Child Taken From Family Was Getting Her Diaper Changed By Other Children!

Not only does the administration appear to have NO PLAN WHATSOEVER to reunite families with the more than 2,300 children already taken, the new plan that still involves detaining kids — just with their parents — is now looking worse.

The Department of Justice just filed an emergency motion in federal court Thursday to remove the 20-day-limit on detaining children!

Jeff Sessions' DOJ lawyers argue the current 20-day limit means they can't

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