Mr Cohen, who testified again on Thursday (Friday AEDT) behind closed doors, suggested that Congress interview seven other Trump Organisation staffers and associates - including Mr Weisselberg and Mr Sater - and also seek Mr Trump's tax returns and other financial documents.
Cohen broke with Trump a year ago and pleaded guilty to charges including that he lied to Congress about a Trump real estate project in Russian Federation and made prohibited campaign contributions in the form of payments to two women who say they had affairs with Trump.
The committee on Wednesday became the first congressional panel this year to hold a public hearing involving a key player in the issues surrounding Trump, his former longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
Republicans said Cohen has no credibility.
Undoubtedly, the House Oversight Committee will also ask Trump Jr. about Michael Cohen's claim that he confirmed with his father that "the meeting is all set", referring to the June 2016 Trump Tower conference - where Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort met with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya in which the campaign reportedly expected to receive information that would "incriminate" Hillary Clinton.
"What they're doing is affecting the public, so it should be out in front of everyone so everyone knows what's going on", said Mike McQuerry, a senior aide for Oversight Committee Rep.
Mr Schiff said the committee would hear from Felix Sater, a Russia-born executive who worked with Mr Cohen on an ultimately unsuccessful deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, in an open hearing on March 14.
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Davis did not immediately respond Friday to a request for comment on Trump's morning tweets.
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Hannity, in an interview with Trump on Thursday, claimed Cohen personally told him "at least a dozen times" that "he made the decision on the payments" to Trump's alleged mistresses without consulting the president.
"I got exactly what I wanted", Cohen said. The president appeared to refer to a Daily Mail report claiming Cohen, before the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided his home and office, proposed writing a book that spoke of Mr. Trump in glowing terms.
Trump scorned him as "a rat". That contradicts Trump Jr.'s September 2017 statement under oath to the Senate Judiciary Committee, stating that he knew "very little" about the building, and was "peripherally aware" of its progress.
Ronald Fischetti, a veteran criminal defence lawyer in NY, said Cohen could get a reduced prison term if prosecutors deem he has provided substantial help in their investigations.
He had a tentative deal with publisher Hatchette Books that apparently was signed shortly after news emerged of the hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels, who said she had a fling with Trump in 2006.
"If there's a suspicion that Trump mishandled his taxes or misrepresented his income for tax or loan purposes - anything related to his finances - Weisselberg is the guy who will know", Cotter added. He must have forgotten about his book when he testified. "I will not sit back, say nothing and allow him to do the same to the country".