As revealed today by the Wall Street Journal, Trump's appeal awarded $ 13,000 to the owner of RedFinch Solutions, John Gauger, in a bag of the Walmart retail chain in his office at Trump Tower.
Michael Cohen, a former lawyer for Donald Trump.
There is more and more information on the tactics and tools used in the 2016 presidential campaigns in the United States, some of the most controversial in the country's history. Michael Cohen, the personal exaggerator of US President Donald Trump, would pay about $ 13,000 to a computer in exchange for Internet surveys to favor the then candidate, in order to get the Republican Party nomination for the 2016 elections.
As revealed today Wall Street Journal, Cohen gave the amount to the owner of the company RedFinch Solutions, John Gauger, in a bag of the Walmart retail chain in his Trump Tower office, as well as give him a boxing glove that would belong to a Brazilian martial arts expert.
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According to the paper, Cohen would contact Gauger, with whom he had a previous report, to design a computer program that would put Trump in first place in various online surveys. In return, Cohen promised a payment of $ 50,000, although Gauger only admits he received the money in the shopping bag.
He also assured him of finding him a job in the Trump campaign and putting him in touch with two people responsible for his team, even if they did not hire him.
Although Cohen never gave the full amount, the lawyer asked Trump to repay him $ 50,000, in conjunction with the payments made to the porn actress Stormy Daniels for which he was convicted last December, reaching a total of $ 180,000. plus a bonus of $ 60,000 and 180,000 to cover the fees you should pay.
Cohen did not specify what these expenses were for, according to the Trump company executives mentioned in the report, even if they did not ask him what were the "technology services" for which he requested repayment.
"If anything was clear, it's that Michael Cohen is not someone to trust," said Trump's current legal representative, Rudy Giuliani, who accuses Cohen of robbing the organization.
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Cohen instructed Gauger in January 2014 to help Trump in an online survey of the US-based CNBC network in which he asked to identify the country's top executives, although the computer had failed to place it in the top 100 positions.
In February 2015, when Trump was already preparing his presidential campaign, Cohen asked him to do the same for a Drudge Report on potential Republican candidates, where the tycoon was fifth, with 24,000 votes and 5% of the total percentage.
In addition, the defendant ordered Gauger to open a Twitter account called "WomenForCohen" (MujeresPorCohen), with the goal of glorifying his personal image and reinforcing the image of the then President Trump , giving voice to the declarations on the candidacy.