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The dark arts of American politics were personified by Roy Cohn, who turned empty vessels into dangerous demagogues, from Joseph McCarthy to his final project, Donald J. The president of the United States, Donald Trump. The current American nightmare was shaped by a deeply troubled master manipulator, revealed in this thriller-like exposé.
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Where's My Roy Cohn? is a 2019 documentary film, directed by Matt Tyrnauer, and produced by Matt Tyrnauer, Marie Brenner, Corey Reeser, Joyce Deep, and Andrea Lewis. The film stars American lawyer Roy Cohn as himself, alongside Ken Auletta, Anne Roiphe, Roger Stone, Donald Trump, and Barbara Walters. The title is reported to be a quote from President Donald Trump, as he discussed Attorney General Jeff Sessions's recusal from the Mueller Investigation.
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