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Michael Cohen, by turns lawyer and witness, becomes an inmate

Cohen, the US president’s former fixer and current antagonist, reported to the federal prison in Otisville, New York, to begin serving his sentence for campaign finance violations, tax evasion and other crimes.

Feds can post info on FBI raid of Trump's ex-lawyer: Judge

Cohen, scheduled to report to prison in May, recently testified before Congress in open and closed hearings about his dealings with Trump over the past decade.

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Prosecutors seek records on Cohen’s 'back channel’ with Giuliani

Before calling Giuliani to ask about a pardon, Costello — a former federal prosecutor who had worked with Giuliani — warned Cohen that it was premature to broach the subject, but raised it anyway, he said Wednesday.

'He said, he said' — Who can you trust in Michael Cohen-Donald Trump saga?

The latest White House legal drama — whether or not the president's former legal fixer asked him for a pardon — has pulled back the curtain on a whole cast of characters whose comments can't always be taken at face value.

Cohen sues Trump organisation, saying he was denied $1.9 million in legal fees

Cohen is also seeking reimbursement for an additional $1.9 million he was ordered to pay in fines, forfeiture and restitution after he pleaded guilty to breaking campaign finance laws, evading taxes and lying to Congress, the lawsuit said.

Michael Cohen offers documents in bid to show Trump lawyers helped with false testimony

Cohen, in what is expected to be his last visit to Capitol Hill, brought multiple drafts of his 2017 statement along with emails with Trump’s lawyers about its drafting, hoping to back up claims that he made last week at an open hearing before the House Oversight and Reform Committee.

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Michael Cohen’s testimony opens new phase of political turbulence for Donald Trump

Mr. Trump’s core supporters — numbering about two in five American voters, polls suggest — have stayed with him through revelations of financial and sexual impropriety, painful electoral setbacks and the longest government shutdown in history.

Cohen gives who's who of Trump allies, potential witnesses

Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer rattled off more than a dozen names, giving the House Oversight and Reform Committee a potential roadmap for future hearings.

Cohen finishes week of testimony after calling Donald Trump liar

Cohen was interviewed behind closed doors Thursday by the House Intelligence Committee for more than eight hours, the last of his three appearances before Congress this week.

Michael Cohen's tesimony could compound legal issues for Donald Trump

In his prepared testimony and about five hours of grilling by lawmakers, Cohen — who has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress and will go to prison for his crimes — blasted the president as a “racist,” a “con man” and a “cheat.”

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