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Cohen's Lawyer Says Hannity Is A Client - But Hannity Disagrees

Cohen's Lawyer Says Hannity Is A Client - But Hannity Disagrees

Cohen's Lawyer Says Hannity Is A Client - But Hannity Disagrees

A little dramatic. Her bodyguards must cost a pretty penny, because they're quite effective.

"John Stewart: After the show I'm going to come over, and we're just going to spoon!"

U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood said in hearings Friday and again Monday that if Cohen wanted the court to declare that the some of his files were protected because of attorney confidentiality rules, he would have to divulge the names of the clients hes worked with since 2016 election.

The Justice Department wants a group of its own attorneys known as a "taint team" - those not conducting a criminal investigation of Cohen - to examine the records and decide which ones can't be used because they involve attorney-client privilege.

Monday's hearing in New York City follows an Federal Bureau of Investigation raid this month on the presidential lawyer's home and office.

"First of all, Sean, I want to say that I really think that you should have disclosed your relationship with Cohen when you talked about him on this show", Dershowitz said. Both Cohen and adult-film star Stormy Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, attended the hearing Monday.

The April 9 raid on Mr Cohen sought information on a variety of matters, including a $US130,000 ($167,000) payment made to Daniels, who alleges she had sex with a married Mr Trump in 2006.

So, it's possible that this Cohen news is moot from an ethical perspective: Hannity is way too compromised to compromise himself further. "Of course not, because this is what the media in this country does", said one of the top-rated in hosts in American news media.

"The person is publicly prominent and Ryan offered instead to put the name in a sealed envelope for the judge, saying the client has said he'll appeal if Judge Wood orders his name disclosed".

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"If Sean Hannity announces he's going on vacation until the Cohen investigation is complete, does that mean Jimmy Kimmel owes him a jet ski?" comedian-actor Matt Oswalt tweeted, in reference to Kimmel's Oscars gag.

"I assumed those conversations were confidential, but to be absolutely clear they never involved any matter between me and a third party". On his radio show Monday afternoon, he said he has "eight" different lawyers, and that he never paid Cohen any legal fees.

A prosecutor says Donald Trump's personal attorney isn't being forthcoming about his law practice. Daniels sat with her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, who told reporters they were there to help ensure protection for the integrity of the seized documents, some of which they believe pertain to the Daniels agreement.

During a court hearing, a judge demanded Cohen to release the name of the unknown client, which sparked a media firestorm.

A federal judge dealt a legal setback to President Trump on Monday, denying his bid to review records seized in an FBI search of his personal attorney's home and office before federal prosecutors review them.

Wood is also expected to hear from a lawyer representing Trump. The raids were reportedly carried out, in part, in connection with alleged hush-money payments Cohen made to women who said they had sexual encounters with the president. "I don't know what the full thing was that actually went on there".

Prosecutors responded Monday in a letter to Wood that "there is no basis for the assertion by the president that career federal prosecutors, designated to a filter team, can not fairly evaluate whether certain files, obtained by a judicially-authorized search warrant contain privileged material".

He never mentioned anything to his viewers about his own dealings with Cohen. "All lawyers are deflated and concerned!"

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