Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen is on the hot seat.

The FBI raided his home and office in April and legal experts predict Cohen will be indicted on financial crimes in order to pressure him to flip on the President.

But Cohen sat for one interview where he killed Robert Mueller’s collusion investigation in a way no one expected.

The so-called “mainstream media” – which is nothing more than a collection of left-wing ideologues who publish anti-Trump conspiracy theories under the guise of news – went wild on Monday when Trump attorney Michael Cohen sat for an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.

Journalists were salivating over Cohen stating his first loyalty was to his family and not to President Trump.

Trump-haters in the press went wild because they believed Cohen was sending smoke signals to prosecutors that he was getting ready to flip.

Cohen even defended the Mueller probe and condemned alleged Russian election meddling stating, “I don’t like the term witch hunt,” he said, adding that he condemned Russia for interfering in the 2016 election.

“As an American, I repudiate Russia’s or any other foreign government’s attempt to interfere or meddle in our democratic process, and I would call on all Americans to do the same.”

But buried deep within the write up of the interview was the real bombshell – Mueller’s collusion investigation is finished.

Cohen – who was named in the Christopher Steele dossier as having traveled to Prague to hold secret meetings with Russian officials – flatly denied all allegations of collusion or that he traveled abroad to coordinate with Russian intelligence.

Stephanopoulos reported on his exclusive interview with Cohen:

Cohen also repeated his previous denials of any personal involvement with Russian attempts to interfere in our election, declaring that he never went to Prague, as alleged in the Steele dossier, and never colluded with the Russians in any way.

Although he has not been interviewed yet by Mueller’s team, he says he has provided documents and added that he would fully cooperate with them, just as he says he has with the Senate and House committees investigating the matter.

“I appeared under oath before the House Select Intelligence Committee for over six hours and to the Senate Select Intelligence Committee for over eight hours,” he says.

Cohen was one of the prime suspects in the collusion case.

But Cohen has testified under oath that he never colluded with the Russians and is not repeating those denials without any hedging or leaving wiggle room in his statements.

If Mueller is still pursuing his collusion investigation, he is running out of suspects.

Neither Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, or George Papadopoulos were charged with engaging in a conspiracy with Russia to affect the outcome of the election.

If none of those three or Cohen colluded with the Russians, then who did?

The lack of indictments brought by Mueller for conspiring with the Russians is evidence that the collusion allegations are just what Trump claimed – a hoax invented by the Democrats to excuse their election loss.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against President Trump.