Donald Trump’s former lawyer will head to a low-security prison in New York next week to begin his three-year sentence. One former official at the facility is sharing a last-minute warning.
While the Otisville federal prison is known as a more comfortable alternative to other institutions, it could have a downside for Michael Cohen.
“He’s not a good fit,” said former case manager Jack Donson.
After answering questions related to the president’s actions as part of the Robert Mueller probe, Trump labeled Cohen a “rat.”
Donson warned that possible enemies will have closer access at Otisville than a maximum-security prison.
“Anybody in the public could drive up to the Otisville camp, walk right into the visiting room, all the way to where Michael Cohen is sitting — literally within feet — and take him out,” he said.