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Trump's personal lawyer working on book about Trump family, relationship with president

The Hill logo The Hill 2/13/2018 Rebecca Savransky

President Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is reportedly shopping around a book he is writing about his time with Trump.

The Daily Beast reported the book will likely be called: "Trump Revolution: From The Tower to The White House, Understanding Donald J. Trump."

"No issue was too big, too sticky or too oddball for me to tackle," Cohen says in his proposal, according to the news outlet.

"I saw it all, handled it all. And still do."

Donald J. Trump wearing a suit and tie © Provided by The Hill

In the proposal, Cohen reportedly refers to himself as the "family fix-it guy." He talks about his long relationship with the president and how this gives him a unique perspective.

"The reality is that all of these books, across the lot, are based on arm's length observations gleaned over relatively brief periods of time," the proposal says, according to the Daily Beast.

It also says the book will go into the "complexities and nuances of the Trump family."

"There truly is a method to his madness, to quote that old saw, and people who think otherwise can quickly get buried," Cohen said.

"[Stephen] Bannon comes to mind, but there are plenty of others who are now six-feet under due to this basic miscalculation. I'll also be talking about this in some detail."

Cohen also says the book will address allegations regarding Stormy Daniels. The Wall Street Journal reported last month that Cohen arranged a $130,000 payment to Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, just before the 2016 presidential election as part of a nondisclosure agreement regarding an alleged sexual encounter with Trump.

The book will also touch on some information regarding the probe into Russia's election interference and possible ties between the Trump campaign and Moscow, according to The Daily Beast.

Cohen told the website on Monday he has been "working on a book."

He added he is "extremely thankful that is has been well received and sought after by multiple publishers."

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