On Friday, Cohen, who had already admitted to multiple counts of tax evasion, financial fraud, and campaign finance violations, asked the NY federal court for a "time served" sentence.
Conservative author Jerome Corsi on Monday filed a criminal and ethics complaint against special counsel Robert Mueller alleging prosecutorial misconduct in the Russian Federation investigation. He further accused Cohen of fabricating "stories to get a GREAT & ALREADY reduced deal for himself".
Since Cohen's legal team is asking federal court that he not be sentenced to prison for lying to Congress, Trump got on his phone and showed no mercy to his former personal attorney.
Mr. Trump - who initially defended Cohen when federal investigators raided his apartment and office in April - has since appeared to turn on Cohen.
"He lied for this outcome and should, in my opinion, serve a full and complete sentence", the president wrote.
Trump then turned his attention to another central character in the Mueller probe: former close adviser Roger Stone, who seemed suspiciously plugged in about WikiLeaks' 2016 plans to release emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign that were illegally obtained by Russian operatives.
Trump cited Stone's pledge to never testify against him.
Conway, an attorney and outspoken critic of Trump, retweeted the president's social media post, writing: "File under '18 U.S.C §§ 1503, 1512.'" Conway was referencing Constitutional statutes for obstruction of justice and witness tampering.
"George is right. This is genuinely looking like witness tampering. The truth is very bad for their mission!" he also tweeted.
"The American people deserve to know how much of the Trump-Russia probe was the result of agent provocateurs and political muckrakers and FISA cheaters, and how much was legitimate law enforcement work", Solomon said.