Former campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s conviction and ex-lawyer Michael Cohen’s guilty plea plunge president into potential legal jeopardy

“PLEADING GUILTY, COHEN IMPLICATES PRESIDENT”, the front page of today’s New York Times proclaims.

The newspaper reports that Manafort was found guilty on eight out of 18 charges, with former fixer, Michael Cohen, admitting to making illegal payments to two women in order to ‘sway “16 campaign”

Here’s the front page of The New York Times 8/22/2018. Read our coverage from a long, busy day of news here: https://t.co/StRCWRYlLj pic.twitter.com/8B5pZZK8Mb

And here is the front page of tomorrow’s @washingtonpost: pic.twitter.com/sDmg1WVFlI

Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journalhttps://t.co/5xQPDPcm8q pic.twitter.com/l325VslgCy

A look at Wednesday’s paper: Legal spotlight on #Trump as former aides face jail time; #California consumers study fire-resistant houses; Nerves on edge as kids head back to school; Fall movie preview; Former player alleges #TexasA&M violated NCAA rules pic.twitter.com/0WAwnG8XgT

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The pornographic film actor Stormy Daniels, whose whirlwind world tour has gripped the world as she seeks to cash in on her new-found fame, was combative in the early hours of this morning, tweeting: “How ya like me now?!” in apparent reference to the doubts that were cast upon her allegations regarding the hush money paid to her.

How ya like me now?! # teamstormy

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