NY vs. Trump: Michael Cohen’s lies, lies and more lies could sink DA Bragg’s case

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Michael Cohen raised his right hand on Monday in the Manhattan trial of Donald Trump and swore to tell the truth.  It was a meaningless gesture.  

Cohen has done it before and then proceeded to lie under oath. He went to prison for it after lying to courts, lying to banks, lying to Congress, and lying to the IRS. Yet, once again, Cohen insists that now he’s telling the truth. He wants jurors to believe him. This time.  

Cohen presents a contradiction about truth and falsity. In philosophy and logic it’s known as the “liar’s paradox,” and it bedevils juries whenever habitual liars take the witness stand and promise to tell the truth.  

The paradox is this: if a liar indeed lied, then

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