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A federal judge is ordering President Donald Trump's personal lawyer to appear next week for arguments over the government's raid on the lawyer's New York City home and office.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are investigating whether any crimes were committed as part of an effort by Cohen to squelch damaging stories about Trump when Trump was a presidential candidate, according to a person familiar with the matter.
FBI and Justice Department officials have refused to say what crimes they are investigating, but people familiar with the investigation have told The Associated Press the search warrant used in the raids sought bank records, business records on Cohen's dealing in the taxi industry, Cohen's communications with the Trump campaign and information on payments made to a former Playboy model, Karen McDougal, and a porn actress, Stephanie Clifford, who performs under the name Stormy Daniels.
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Daniels had signed a non-disclosure agreement but has since sued to claim the agreement was void because Trump had not signed it. Now, get this ... he claims, "On one occasion immediately after the 2016 presidential election, Mr.
"It's kind of like when you're boyfriend breaks up with you and then you put pictures on Instagram looking really happy, having champagne", Kirsten Powers joked.
The raids infuriated Trump, who tweeted "Attorney-client privilege is dead!" on Tuesday. "... He is the President of the United States".
President Trump's advisers have concluded that a wide-ranging corruption investigation into his personal lawyer poses a greater and more imminent threat to the president than even the special counsel's investigation, according to several people close to Mr. Trump. The president's lawyers have said they want to review the documents that were confiscated. Cohen claims that the materials seized include thousands of privileged documents and communications related to numerous clients of Cohen, as well as Cohen's privileged communications with his own attorneys. But it is hard to extract Cohen from his work for Trump. Hendon, that claimed she was hired by Trump day, urged Wood maybe not to decide that gets got right up until after she files a short while by Sunday 33, inspection documents that were seized. He also addressed reports that Cohen may have recorded conversations with clients, which were likely now in the hands of the government. When he introduced himself to the judge in order to ask to be heard, Wood seemed to indicate that she was already aware of his identity. "Beyond that, I don't have anything else to add", Sanders said.
One of Trump's attorneys, Joanna Hendon, argued in court on Friday for access to the materials, insisting that the president's legal team needs assurance that the matter involving Cohen is handled "scrupulously". Broidy said he retained Cohen because Cohen had a prior relationship with Davidson.