Michael Cohen, the former attorney and personal fixer for Donald J. Trump, once vowed to take a bullet for the President. But that was before the country was brought to its knees by the President’s own lies and personal madness. Now, imprisoned in his home, his life, reputation and livelihood destroyed, Cohen is on a mission to right the wrongs he perpetuated on behalf of his boss. Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen, is a raw and unfiltered shining a light into the dark corners of our current American Apocalypse. Tune in weekly for a candid conversation with the New York Times best-selling author and self-proclaimed “gangster lawyer,” as he sets to dismantle the Trump legacy and finds the truth and nothing but the truth.
Unfit For Command: Why the Generals Hate Donald Trump
This eye-opening episode of Mea Culpa features Lt. General Mark Hertling, former Commanding General of the US Army Europe, delivering a scathing assessment of Trump’s unfitness for command. We also learn how the entire command structure of the military loathes their commander in chief.
Donald Trump’s Deliberate Courting of Extremist Voters October 16, 2020
The foiled plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer may be just the tip of the iceberg. Under the Trump presidency, right wing extremist groups have multiplied significantly and pose a grave domestic terror threat to the United States. In addition, through his own divisive rhetoric and coded language, the President has tolerated and encouraged the rise of violent, Pro Trump vigilante groups. Are these armed, right wing radicals, the foot soldiers for Trump’s new Maga Army? Plus, a conversation with Lincoln Project’s Jeff Timmer. The former Michigan GOP honcho and veteran campaign operative provides insight into how the kidnap plot is playing at a local level and discusses Trump’s party takeover and how the Republican Party might repair and redeem itself.
Mea Culpa Week in Review October 15, 2020: Carville predicts humiliating, landslide defeat for Trump
James Carville joins Michael Cohen on Mea Culpa to predict a historic and humiliating defeat for Donald Trump. Carville believes the whole family is headed to prison and Trump will use the threat of election day unrest from his MAGA Army to force a pardon. Don’t miss a second of this special interview. Plus, the Mea Culpa week in review.
Trump: The Art of the Lie October 12, 2020
An exclusive interview with Tony Schwartz, the author behind Donald Trump’s myth defining work, Trump: the Art of the Deal. First published in 1987, the book sold over 1.1 million copies in hardcover alone and stands as one of the most popular business books ever written; helping define Donald Trump for millions of Americans as the infallible dealmaker with the Midas Touch. Its influence cannot be overstated in how it ultimately shaped and propelled Trump into the White House. It’s also a complete and total fabrication. Go back to its inception and behind the scenes with its author for the first time and learn how it created the Donald Trump we know today.
MEA CULPA WEEK IN REVIEW OCTOBER 8, 2020: FORMER DHS CHIEF MILES TAYLOR SAYS TRUMP UNFIT FOR OFFICE.
A special, double episode of the Mea Culpa Week in Review tackles the surreal spectacle of President Trump’s Covid diagnosis. From his desperate attempts to project strength and power to his insanely erratic behavior, Michael senses that Trump knows he’s losing the election and has come unglued. He also speaks to former Department of Homeland Security Chief of Staff Miles Taylor about how Donald Trump is a danger to national security. Finally, he delivers a plea to all Republicans still enthralled with Donald Trump to leave the administration now, or face the judgement of history.
MELANIA DOESN’T CARE OCTOBER 5, 2020
Mea Culpa turns its spotlight on the First Lady in this revealing episode about the true nature of Melania Trump. Michael speaks with Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, the New York Times bestselling author of Melania and Me, and the First Lady’s former best friend and confidante. She takes Michael deep into the East Wing of the White House; describing a hornets nest of deceit and complicity. Here we see a new side to Melania, gleefully taking the reins of power with the Trump marriage of convenience a twisted, real life version of House of Cards. Learn how she plotted against the equally petty Ivanka for a place in the spotlight and her secret plan to keep the First Daughter out of her way. Plus, explosive, never-before heard tapes of Melania denouncing porn star Stormy Daniels. Don’t miss this episode! (Please note the interview with Ms. Winston-Wolkoff took place prior to the President and First Lady’s Covid-19 diagnosis.) Post-Script: “When I wrote ‘Melania and Me’ I knew that every word of it would be subject to potential scrutiny, so I made sure everything in the book was not only accurate, but fully provable. I will not sit back and allow the first Lady’s chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, continue claiming I am a “delusional paranoid liar,” and other similar names to discredit the veracity of Melania and Me. Because the White House’s false claims about my character and integrity continue, I’ve had to take all appropriate steps to defend my name, which is why I released the tapes.” -Stephanie Winston Wolkoff
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Michael, I enjoy listening to you & think you’re pretty funny. Guests are great and I especially love all the truth telling. I’m so proud of you and wish you and your family nothing but the best! Thank you!
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Michael, I love this podcast and everything about it. I love your Long Island sensibilities and pulling no punches. You have redeemed yourself and shown us the man we all knew Trump was. Your guests have been fantastic, Rosie, Omarosa, Carville, and the rest have been fantastic guests. Keep up the good work. I tell everyone who will listen about this podcast and they in turn have loved it to. I hope he be hearing from you for a long time to come.
I respect the hell out of people who can admit fault, pay the price, and then speak out. Even when somebody is busted, they must choose how they bear it. I appreciate what Michael is doing here. I welcome his voice. Thanks, Michael.