Michael Cohen to Testify Publicly Before House Oversight on Feb. 27

President Trump's former personal attorney will publicly testify before the House Oversight Committee on Feb. 27, according to a memo from the committee. “Mr. Cohen has agreed to testify voluntarily and in public before the Oversight Committee. He will not be under subpoena,” the memo reads. The hearing was previously scheduled for Feb. 7, but the memo states Cohen wanted to reschedule due to “public statements made by the President and the President’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, regarding members of Mr. Cohen’s family” that he believes were “meant to intimidate him.” According to the memo, the hearing will cover Trump's “debts and payments” relating to efforts to “influence the 2016 election,” the president's “compliance with financial disclosure requirements” and “campaign finance laws,” as well as “potentially fraudulent or inappropriate practices by the Trump Foundation.” “The schedule has now been set,” Cohen later wrote on Twitter. “Looking forward to the American people hearing my story in my voice!”