“My weakness could be characterized as a blind loyalty to Donald Trump.” So said Michael Cohen in the courtroom where a judge sentenced him to three years in prison for crimes committed while working for Trump. It’s the latest chapter in a remarkable turnaround for a guy who once said he’d take a bullet for his boss. Several months ago, Michael Cohen said that his turning point was when his dad told him that he didn’t survive the Holocaust to have his name sullied by Trump. I don’t believe much. But I believe that. And if my mom or dad said something like that to me, I’d do three years to avoid having them be ashamed. (Of course, if I worked for Trump, my parents would probably put the cuffs on me themselves.)

+ “We will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business transactions and that of his family as well.” NBC: Incoming New York attorney general plans wide-ranging investigations of Trump and family. (That oughta keep her busy…)

+ Trump Says ‘the People Would Revolt’ If He Were Impeached. (Too late, we’re already revolted.)