COHEN: "That’s right. But that’s a pretty good amount. And I think if you go forward with impeachment and you bring out information from McGahn and others will be more likely to get evidence from our subpoenas enforced on — and on documents to be turned over. If we get that information and it comes out that there will be more and more people that we'll see what happened to our Constitution, which was shredded. The government’s former respect for the three branches of government and the Constitution have just totally been disrespected. And I think you will find more people for impeachment as the hearings go on. Only 19 percent were for impeachment when the hearing started in Watergate. And when they heard the proof, they changed their mind. There's a lot of proof to be heard. We heard a month of no collusion, no obstruction. Lies by Barr, lies by Trump. They brainwashed the public."