Trump lawyer Cohen denies media report of Prague trip
Apr 15 2018 by Desiree Burns
Cohen, a longtime Trump Organization attorney, is one of the president's closest allies and is at the center of a controversy involving his payment of $130,000 just 11 days before the 2016 president election to porn star Stormy Daniels.
In last Friday's filing, prosecutors said it would be " unprecedented" to allow Cohen's lawyers to decide what is privileged, and that the government should be allowed to use its own "taint team" or "filter team" to do the job.
Federal prosecutors then revealed that Cohen had been under investigation for alleged criminal behavior for months, largely in connection to "his personal business dealings".
The raids on Cohen came as part of a monthslong federal investigation based in NY, court records show, and were sweeping in their breadth. "They describe the documents as thousands, if not millions, of pages of documents subject to the attorney-client privilege, including audio recordings".
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The Hon Kimba Wood's Order directing Mr. Cohen to appear in person on Monday at 2 pm to potentially answer questions from her could be a problem if he intends on taking the 5th. Daniels says she had a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006. Here, it is important to bear in mind a distinction from the Russian Federation investigation: This is not a counterintelligence matter; the SDNY is unquestionably conducting a criminal investigation, and a federal judge would not have authorized search warrants absent finding probable cause that federal crimes may have been committed. Mr. Cohen has also filed a libel suit against Fusion. Cohen also has sought to review the material before prosecutors gain access them.
It also could undercut President Trump's longstanding claim that "there is no evidence of collusion" with Moscow in the campaign.
Cohen's attorneys plead their case Friday, but U.S. District Court Judge Kimba Wood delayed the hearing until Monday and ordered Cohen to appear in person.
If true, the evidence would pose a significant problem for Cohen.