The Hill reports:
Former Trump economic advisor Gary Cohn said he is “anti-protest” in response to former President Trump calling for his supporters to demonstrate against what he said was his looming arrest in connection to a New York state investigation.
“I’m anti-protest, so I don’t think we should be protesting anything,” Cohn said in an interview with CBS’s Face The Nation. “I hope that America has learned from what has happened in the past and I hope whatever happens next week, we just have a very peaceful set of events.”
“When it comes to this, no one is above the law,” Cohn said. “But there also may be some politics involved, so both of those things may be true.”
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Asked about a possible indictment of former Pres. Trump by the Manhattan DA, Vice Chairman of IBM @Gary_D_Cohn, who also used to work for Trump, tells @margbrennan:
“No one is above the law, but there also may be some politics involved. So, both of these things may be true.” pic.twitter.com/1CHDvwSHND
— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) March 19, 2023