(Bloomberg) -- Michael Cohen may be about to get the role he’s been auditioning for since 2018: witness for the prosecution against his old boss, Donald Trump. It was Cohen, after all, who handled the damage control transaction just before the 2016 presidential election Trump won. Daniel Horwitz, formerly with the Manhattan DA’s office, agrees Cohen could be dangerous to Trump on the stand. ‘Who Better?’“People like Michael Cohen and Sammy the Bull had a front row seat as to what the criminal conduct was,” Horwitz said. “If this case is predicated on the testimony of Michael Cohen primarily, that’s a huge problem,” Bederow said.