Former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi said on Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen could spend “decades” behind bars as a result of the raid on his Manhattan office. “If you’re looking at multiple violations of everything that we’ve heard come out of the possible search warrant motivations, you’re looking at decades, a couple of decades potentially, if they’re all found guilty,” he told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough.
“Remember Stormy is claiming that a threat was launched in the Las Vegas parking lot against her and her child,” he said. “There could be a federal Hobbs Act violation, there could be interstate travel to communicate a threat, there could be interstate communication of a threat versus via phone or a computer, and if that’s found in the search results yesterday, if it’s found that Trump knew about that, we’re into a conspiracy to commit Hobbs Act. That’s a serious crime.”