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Nobody knows Donald Trump and the inner machinations of his criminal organization like Michael Cohen, the convicted felon and former attorney who served as Trump's "fixer" for more than a decade. Now the repentant Cohen, released from prison and about to publish a scathing memoir that Trump attempted to suppress, appears in a new political ad timed for the Republican National Convention.

Cohen forthrightly admits his own role in the deception and deviance that helped Trump win in 2016 -- and he warns against being the gullible fools that his old boss laughingly assumes we all are.

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