Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Likely to Cooperate With Feds

Blanche Robertson
June 13, 2018

A federal judge has given Cohen's legal team a June 15 deadline to review materials for attorney-client privilege.

Attorneys for Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former longtime personal attorney, are expected to stop representing him, multiple outlets reported Wednesday.

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The criminal probe into Cohen's business dealings stems in part from a referral by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating whether Trump's 2016 campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the US presidential election. Replacements for the lawyers have not been named.

The report also seems to confirm recent fears expressed by Trump's allies, as sources told the network that Cohen is now likely to cooperate with prosecutors.

It's unclear if who will represent Cohen moving forward.

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Lawyers for Mr. Cohen didn't respond to requests for comment.

The investigation is reported to be regarding possible campaign finance violations related to the $130,000 payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels in exchange for her silence regarding an affair she claims to have had with Trump. The ABC report has been corroborated by The New York Times and CNN.

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of NY is investigating Cohen for various possible crimes, including potential bank fraud and campaign finance violations.

While Cohen has not been charged with a crime, he is the subject of an investigation by federal prosecutors of alleged wire fraud and other crimes.

President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen leaves federal court in Manhattan.

Rudy Giuliani, another member of Trump's legal team, said last month that Cohen was no longer representing Trump.

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