Apparently Michael Cohen released this to CNN after Trump waived privilege. I don't believe the latter justifies the former, ethically. The argument is over whether Trump suggests paying in cash and if so what that means. It's a mess. One thing to keep in mind: It's possible that the "David" mentioned is not David Pecker of AMI/National Enquirer but rather "David Dennison", Donald Trump's alter-ego who was the party to the hush-money agreements. Hard to tell. One thing that argues for Pecker is when they say they "don't know where he'll be". I've set the video below to start at the important part of the tape, to the extent that any of it is actually important.
In more important news, the Trump administration has announced a plan to give $12 billion of taxpayer money to farmers to offset losses to farmers caused by Trump's simmering trade war. I hate to say I told you so, but when this all began I said on air that farmers would get crushed and Trump would bail them out bigly.
Rand Paul got it right:
Some people are trying to encourage Democrats to abandon their party, even if not to join in support of Donald Trump. At 7:06 we'll talk with Jan Cook, a grassroots activist, helping in the creating of "Walkaway Colorado".