The disclosure came as Cohen's attorneys tried to persuade a federal judge in NY to delay prosecutors from examining records and electronic devices seized in the raids on the grounds that many of them are protected by attorney-client privilege. That's when one of Cohen's lawyers said for the first time publicly that Cohen has worked for Fox News host Sean Hannity. Cohen, who has said he made the payment from his own account, has been ordered to attend.
But he said he never retained Cohen "in any traditional sense", never paid him and never got billed for a legal fee.
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood issued the ruling after lawyers for the Department of Justice, Cohen, the Trump Organization, and Trump himself squared off in a high-stakes clash over attorney-client privilege. Prosecutors in NY haven't identified what specifically they're probing, although they said in a court filing that "the crimes being investigated involve acts of concealment by Cohen".
After some discussion about whether the disclosure would be in writing or in open court, Cohen attorney Stephen Ryan announced the name to audible murmurs in the packed courtroom: "The client's name is Sean Hannity".
Assistant U.S. Attorney Tom McKay asked a federal judge Monday to require Michael Cohen to reveal more information about his clients.
The judge asked the opposing attorneys to submit a joint proposal with four names for a potential special master, whom the judge said "could have some role" in sorting through the seized documents and determining what was privileged.
Cohen's lawyers said investigators "took everything" during raids last week on his residence and office. They said that prosecutors had already intercepted emails from Cohen and executed the search warrants only after discovering that there were no emails between Trump and Cohen.
Russian Federation not tampering with Syria attack site
What else is happening today? On Monday, EU foreign ministers met in Luxembourg to discuss the latest developments in Syria. But soon after Mr Macron's comments, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said an early exit was still desirable.
A legal fight over what should happen to records the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized from President Donald Trump's personal attorney took a surprise twist Monday when the lawyer, Michael Cohen, was forced to reveal a secret - that he had also done legal work for Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Daniels, wearing a pink skirt and black heels, stumbled and nearly fell on the wet sidewalk outside the courthouse among a throng of reporters and camera crews.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was another. She says she had sex with a married Trump in 2006.
Last week's raids came after a "months-long" investigation of possible crimes related largely to Mr Cohen's business dealings, rather than his work as a lawyer, prosecutors said in a court filing on Friday.
It's unusual enough for federal agents to seize an attorney's records, and unprecedented to take those of a president's personal lawyer.
Cohen, who has denied wrongdoing, arrived early Monday afternoon. The government says it should do the vetting. She's going to attend at 2 o'clock on Monday.
Cohen is asking for the review to be conducted by a court-appointed attorney.
The unexpected naming of Hannity made him the latest outsized media personality to be drawn into the investigation's cast of unlikely supporting characters. He has denied wrongdoing. "It nearly goes without saying, unfortunately, that none of Mr. Cohen's clients want to be associated with the government raid on his home and law office, or want to be affiliated in any way with the proceedings here and the attendant media coverage".
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Still, it's hard to find any major faults in the Blue & Gold's defensive effort in Game 1, particularly to start the game. Nance was strong - 10 points, five rebounds, 5-of-7 shooting. "The energy last night was fantastic ", Stephenson said.
He said medical experts' unanimous view was that Alfie's brain had been eroded by disease and further assessment was pointless. Speaking outside the hospital, Alfie's dad declared "it's not over" while crowds of supporters chanted "get him out".
It said Trump had asked him to end the FBI's investigation into Michael Flynn , the former National Security Advisor. Throughout the interview, Comey stressed the importance of telling the truth, a theme in his book.
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Roy forged some crucial partnerships with other batters which helped Delhi taste success in their third match of the season. With a mere single needed off four balls, Mustafizur did something Mumbai Indians hadn't done a lot off till then.
The company reported $0.98 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the Zacks' consensus estimate of $0.94 by $0.04. Merck & Company, Inc. has a 12-month low of $51.33 and a 12-month high of $66.80. (NYSE:MRK) rating on Thursday, October 26.
By law, members of the military are prohibited from performing law enforcement functions, such as making arrests. Currently, 900 National Guard troops have been deployed in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, officials said Monday.
Chase County Wrestling Coach Derick Budke has been named Wrestling Coach of the Year by the Kansas Coaches Association. If you look around at the landscape of wrestling, it's very hard to win a state title if you're not a 3A school .
To be perfectly honest Jo, so have we. "I'm sorry, you're being way too polite", she said. Seven told AdNews that its ratings were relatively consistent throughout the event.
Sankey blocks Saban from hiring Freeze
The NCAA hit Ole Miss with sanctions in December following a lengthy investigation into the school under Freeze's watch. Freeze is now facing a two-game suspension if he is hired as a head coach before November 30 due to NCAA infractions.
Netflix subscriber growth beats on strong original content
Caprock has invested 0.04% of its capital in Netflix, Inc . ( NFLX ) has been moved; whether it performed well or not. According to the Analysts, the Low Estimate Earnings of the current Quarter is $0.16 whereas, High Estimate is $0.22.
Theresa May defends Syria strikes in Commons showdown
The UK joined forces with the U.S. and France to bombard three suspected chemical weapons production facilities on Saturday. This aggression will only lead to inflaming tensions in the world and threatens worldwide security.
Ali Khamenei accuses US, France and Britain of crime
Many people's initial reaction was that the airstrike was America's retaliation, but soon the finger was being pointed at Israel. Unidentified aircraft bombed Syrian military bases on Saturday night, leaving several Iranian soldiers dead.
China to allow Irish beef access to country
This opens up a market of nearly 1.5 billion people, of which even a fraction could help offset uncertainties arising from Brexit. Although annual per capita beef consumption in China is now 4-6kg, compared to 19kg in Ireland.
Theresa May faces Parliament over Syria strikes
"We have seen the individual stories, and they have been, some of them, awful to hear, and that is why I have acted", Rudd said. May was taking questions in Parliament about her decision to authorize the joint strikes.