1. Was Cohen one of Trump's top agents? Yes.
2. Was he a top agent on Russia-related business? Yes.
3. Was he in fact *the* top agent for *all* Russia-related business? Yes.
4. Was some of that business covert? Yes.
5. Was in fact nearly all of it covert? Yes.
6. Did Cohen lie about the Russia business he did for Trump? Yes.
7. Did he lie about it repeatedly? Yes.
8. Did he take great risks to lie about it? Yes.
9. Was some of the Trump-Russia business Cohen worked on illegal? Yes.
10. Did any of it involve Russian IC agents? Yes.
11. Did Cohen ever travel on Trump-Russia business for Trump? Yes.
12. Has he tried to hide or minimize that travel? Yes.
13. Has Cohen ever been urged by a Russian IC-linked person to go to abroad for a clandestine meeting on Trump-Russia business? Yes. (See the next tweet.)
14. Was the secret trip a Kremlin agent pitched to Cohen a mid-2016 trip? Yes.
15. When Cohen didn't make the trip, did he lie about why? Yes.
16. So Cohen lied about a mid-2016, Trump-Russia, Kremlin-pitched trip? Yes.
Now let's look at the *nature* of the lie.
17. Cohen's mid-'16 vacation was when he said he'd be doing Trump work? Yes.
18. Did Cohen really go to Europe in for this "vacation"? Yes.
19. Do we have evidence suggesting the vacation was a secret Trump trip? Yes.
20. Is it because Cohen *lied* about where he went? Yes.
21. Did Cohen lie about being in Capri with Steve van Zandt? Yes.
22. Was this "vacation" during the crucial ten days pre-RNC when we *know* Paul Manafort was negotiating Trump's Ukraine policy with Kremlin agent Kilimnick? Yes.
23. Do we know where Cohen went in Europe? No.
24. Has Cohen committed crimes at Trump's direction? Yes.
25. Is Cohen Trump's fixer? Yes.
26. When Cohen told Hannity onair he'd never been to Prague, did he show Hannity the passport he was waving around? No.
27. Have Trump aides been known to have multiple passports? Yes.
28. Can you go from Italy to Prague without a passport stamp? Yes.
29. Was Hannity secretly Cohen's *client* when he interviewed him onair? Yes.
30. Did Cohen tell the WSJ that he went to Prague in 2001? Yes.
31. Did Cohen tell Mother Jones he went to Prague in 2002-3? Yes.
32. So Cohen was lying when he said on Twitter he's never been to Prague? Yes.
33. So even after signing a deal with federal prosecutors, Cohen lied publicly about travel to Prague? Yes.
34. Can a man who has lied professionally for 25 years simply stop lying on a dime? No.
35. Is there a dossier compiled by a top international Russia expert—former Russia Desk Chief at MI6—saying Cohen went to Prague? Yes.
Q: So why has full-time media—in expressly so *fulsomely* its many doubts about the McClatchy story—not *also* noted these key facts?