Trump Will Not Reimburse Michael Cohen For $34 Chase Bank Overdraft Fee
New York, NY -- President Donald Trump will reportedly not reimburse Michael Cohen for the $34 overdraft fee his Chase Bank personal checking account incurred due to insufficient funds while the pair were transferring $130,000 between accounts.
While Cohen was satisfied with Trump’s repayment of the full $130,000 he laid out to Stormy Daniels on behalf of the president as part of a non-disclosure agreement relating to an illicit affair, Cohen had not yet received word whether or not Trump would additionally pay him back for the $34 charge when the account was briefly in the red before the transfer.
“Michael’s not exactly happy about it, but at the same time, worried about possibly going to prison. So, his mind is mostly elsewhere. But he does want the thirty-four bucks. It’s just the principal of it all,” one unnamed Cohen family member said today.
“Look, I have to cook, clean, everything, and I expect Michael to take care of all the financial stuff. He shouldn’t get taken advantage of. Donald should just give him the money when they see each other, hopefully not in prison.”
The unidentified woman, definitely not Cohen’s wife as she kept on telling us, had more to say. “My man’s looking kind of dumb with this whole thing. He’s getting thrown under the bus. Gotta stand up for himself. Get that $34 back. Don’t be a pushover.”
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