The orbit around Donald Trump includes a LOT of people….
Michael Cohen has seen the light.
The Rev. Al Sharpton shared more details Saturday about his recently rekindled relationship with President Trump’s embattled former attorney.
The civil rights icon said he offered the beleaguered lawyer some advice as he faces mounting legal troubles linked to the President’s allegedly sordid past.
“What I’ve said to Mr. Cohen is ‘stand for something,’” Sharpton said. “The day will come when Donald Trump will leave office, but you will never stop being you.”
Sharpton was having breakfast at the Loews Regency hotel on Park Ave. a few weeks ago when he ran into Cohen, Sharpton told the crowd at his weekly National Action Network rally in Harlem.
Cohen, who is the target of a federal probe into his hush money payments to a porn star who alleges she had an affair with Trump a decade ago, told Sharpton he’s looking to turn over a new leaf and separate himself from his one-time boss.
“He said to me ‘I want you to know I’m going to do what is right for my family and for the country,’ ” Sharpton said. “He said ‘I do not agree with what Trump has started doing in terms of the media, I know I was his guy with you, I know that I’ve always defended him, but there are many things he’s done I don’t agree with’.”