- US President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen will be releasing a book revealing intimate details of his relationship Trump
- Cohen reveals that back in 2018 when Trump made his "s**thole" country statement he also called Nelson Madela a bad leader and worse
- His book is due for release later in September and is likely timed for maximum exposure due to the presidential elections this year
Back in 2018 Donald Trump made international headlines when he allegedly called third-world countries "s**tholes". Many South Africans assumed Trump was talking about other countries and that SA was not included.
It was and according to Trump’s former fixer and personal lawyer Michael Cohen, the US president went further and had not so nice things to say about former South African president Nelson Mandela.
YEN.com.gh learned that in his tell-all book, titled Disloyal: A Memoir Cohen says that Trump had some choice words for Mandela, calling him a bad leader according to The Citizen.
Upon his death in 2013, Cohen states that Trump said: “Mandela f*cked the whole country up. Now it’s a sh*thole. F*ck Mandela. He was no leader.”
Trump also went further and allegedly said that all countries run by black presidents are "s**tholes" according to CNN.
“Tell me one country run by a black person that isn’t a s***hole. They are all complete f***ing toilets.”
The book is due for release on 8 September. Cohen had said that during his time working with Trump he never heard him use the n-word despite the numerous alleged racist statements he previously made about black and Hispanic people.
It was earlier reported that Donald Trump, President of the United States of America, has come hard on the presidential nominee of the Democratic Party Joe Biden with a few months to the country's 2020 presidential election, scheduled for November.
Trump said Biden is being controlled by people from "the dark shadows":
"People that you've never heard of, people that are in the dark shadows. People that you haven't heard of. They're people that are on the streets, they're people that are controlling the streets."
In other news, As the Democratic Party heightened its efforts to return to the United States power seat, former president Barack Obama has called for massive support for Joe Biden, the opposition party's presidential hopeful.
Speaking on Wednesday, August 19 on the third day of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, which featured a must-see line-up of former and presidential hopefuls, Obama berated the administration of Trump for taking numerous unconscious approaches that pitched government against the people.