"It's a complex situation when you are speaking to millions of people", Dershowitz said. In a letter to the court Monday morning, Cohen's lawyers said his third recent client, besides Trump and Broidy, wished to remain anonymous.
"Michael Cohen has three known clients".
The Cohen investigation is being carried out by the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of NY, after a referral from Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the probe of Russian election meddling and suspected contacts with Trump's campaign.
Judge Wood pressured Mr. Harrison to reveal Mr. Hannity as the client.
Instead, Hannity dismissed the idea that he should have said anything about his personal ties to Cohen, and criticized the "mainstream media" for its interest in the matter.
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When Hannity replied that "it was minimal", Dershowitz replied, "I understand that, and you should've said that". He also said his talks with Cohen "almost exclusively focused on real estate". Was Fox News aware of the secret that Hannity and his lawyer desperately wanted to keep under wraps? This story is going to end very badly for one of these two groups, and actually, if it turns out that Sean Hannity is the one lying, it's going to end badly for him, and by all accounts so far, this court case is going to end badly for Michael Cohen.
"What we witnessed earlier in the hearing with the disclosure relating to Sean Hannity proved my point exactly". But, the President of the United States was already a client!
Attorneys for Cohen had already applied to Judge Kimba Wood at Manhattan federal court for a restraining order that would stop authorities reviewing the records seized from Cohen until Cohen's team has reviewed the materials themselves.
Hannity scrambled to respond - first on his radio show, then with tweets, then on his TV show. While he said he had not paid Cohen, he believed their discussions were protected under attorney-client privilege. Attorney-client privilege can be invoked even if no money is exchanged.
According to the New York Times, the pair share a common trait of only sleeping about four hours a night.
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Take it out of the political context.
"Hannity's producers are working to contact him", Smith said. Every third appearance I find a way to work in the fact that Potbelly makes a really delicious sandwich. "But I'm glad for, like a millisecond, the heat's off me and on you". "Something like that. I requested that privilege with him when I would ask him: 'Well, this just came up".
The unexpected naming of Hannity made him only the latest outsized media personality to be drawn into the investigation's cast of unlikely supporting characters. Here's the truth. Michael Cohen never represented me in any legal matter.
The April 9 raid on Cohen sought information on a variety of matters, including a $130,000 payment made to Daniels, who alleges she had sex with a married Trump in 2006. I never retained him in the traditional sense.
Lawyers for Cohen filed papers Monday saying investigators "took everything" during the raids, including more than a dozen electronic devices.
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