Trump says Cohen should serve full sentence, Stone has 'guts'

President Donald Trump's son Eric Trump accused conservative lawyer George Conway, husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, of showing "utter disrespect" to her work with his frequent criticism of the President.

The most recent development with Cohen is that he pled guilty on Friday to lying to Congress on Trump's behalf - and, quite possibly, according to a court filing late Friday, at Trump's behest as well. Stone told ABC on Sunday that he'd be forced to "make things up, and I'm not going to do that".

'Nice to know that some people still have 'guts!' the president concluded.

Trump wrote that Cohen did "terrible" things that were "unrelated to Trump" and said that he believes Cohen should "serve a full and complete sentence".

Stone also denied having had any contact during the 2016 presidential campaign with Julian Assange, the creator of WikiLeaks, the site that published hacked messages from Trump's Democratic opponents in an apparent bid to influence the election.

The comments from Rep. Adam Schiff come days after President Donald Trump's former lawyer pleaded guilty to lying to Congress, raising questions about whether the special counsel would pursue similar charges against others eyed in the Russian Federation probe. Mark Warner, D-Va., said Trump's tweet crossed a line because Stone is a "potential witness".

The lawsuit, Klayman said, alleges obstruction of justice, witness tampering and witness intimation by the special counsel and his prosecutorial staff. Discussions continued through the GOP primaries and into June 2016, he revealed.

On Friday, Cohen, who had already admitted to multiple counts of tax evasion, financial fraud, and campaign finance violations, asked the NY federal court for a "time served" sentence.

'He makes up stories to get a GREAT & ALREADY reduced deal for himself, and get.his wife and father-in-law (who has the money?) off Scott Free.

Trump finished off his morning by attacking Mueller and "his out of control band of angry Democrats".

Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone arrives to testify in the House Intelligence Committee'™s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, September 26, 2017. "The truth is very bad for their mission!"

Vanessa Coleman