Michael Cohen on Thursday released the cover of his upcoming tell-all book that promises "graphic and unflattering" details from his time working as President Donald Trump's personal attorney.
Cohen tweeted "coming soon" along with a copy of the book's cover, which features a photo of Cohen in a suit next to prison bars.
The book, "Disloyal: A Memoir. The true story of the former personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump," is set to be released in September before the presidential election, according to Cohen.
According to court filings, Cohen said it will provide "graphic and unflattering details about the President's behavior behind closed doors" including Trump's "pointedly anti-Semitic remarks and virulently racist remarks against such Black leaders as President Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela, neither of whom he viewed as real leaders or as worthy of respect by virtue of their race."
Cohen, who is currently serving the remainder of his three-year prison sentence from his Upper East Side home, said the book will be based on personal anecdotes and "documentary evidence."