The Week reports:
Michael Cohen’s testimony before the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday included an allegation that, during his presidential campaign, President Trump directed his former lawyer to write letters to Trump’s high school, colleges, and the College Board demanding that they not release his grades or SAT scores to anyone requesting them.
Below is a letter to Fordham University, in which Cohen threatens legal action if the school did not adhere to Trump’s request to keep his transcripts under wraps — though Cohen was sure to let them know that the president greatly enjoyed his two years on campus.
Here’s a letter Michael Cohen wrote to Fordham University a month before Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign, threatening them with legal action if they released Trump’s college records. Includes a remarkable P.S. pic.twitter.com/fxGHrUtuFX
— Jon Swaine (@jonswaine) February 27, 2019
Fordham University spox confirms that they received the letter from Cohen threatening them with legal action if they released Trump’s school records. They also got a call from a Trump campaign official before the letter. pic.twitter.com/jNVmVtuUdy
— Tasneem N (@TasneemN) February 27, 2019