Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for crimes that included arranging payments during the 2016 election to silence women who claimed affairs with Trump after the President’s onetime “fixer” attributed his offenses to “my duty to cover up his dirty deeds.” In a court filing, the Office of the Special Counsel said Cohen has disclosed ‘relevant and useful’ information to its investigation. Read the Special Counsel’s memo on Michael Cohen. Federal prosecutors recommended a ‘substantial’ prison term for Michael Cohen. Read prosecutors’ sentencing recommendation for Michael Cohen.
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