The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Cohen Cohen Gone

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-Written by Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey)

Today in 5 Lines

  • Michael Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, signaled that he’s willing to cooperate with the special counsel, telling ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that he plans to “put family and country first.”

  • Trump said he’s interviewed four candidates to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy and plans to meet with at least two more.

  • Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced that the disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a third woman in 2006.

  • The FBI arrested a man for allegedly plotting a terror attack on a Fourth of July parade in Cleveland.

  • The White House announced that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will leave for North Korea on July 5 to continue talks about denuclearization.

Today on The Atlantic

  • ‘His Brother’s Keeper’: As the chief spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department, it’s T.J. Smith’s job to announce each new homicide. On July 2, 2017, he informed the city about homicide victim 173: his younger brother. (Luke Mullins)

  • ‘I Am Not a Villain of This Story’: In an interview with ABC, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen said he plans to “put family and country first.” Will he turn on Trump? (David A. Graham)

  • A Court Without Kennedy:

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