Porn star Stormy Daniels to attend Donald Trump lawyer's hearing

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I think the public is a close second.

"His attorney-client privilege is no stronger than anyone else who seeks legal advice", McKay told Wood. Last week, he filed a motion to prevent materials seized in an Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of his office and home from being used, citing attorney-client privilege.

Cohen previously, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, to keep her from sharing details of an alleged 2006 affair with Trump.

Cohen is due to appear in federal court on Monday in connection with a raid this week on his NY office and home by agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation that was based in part on a referral from Mueller.

When the news site BuzzFeed published the entire dossier January 11, 2017, Trump said the document was "false and fake".

"This has clearly been a delay tactic from the outset", said Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas McKay.

In last Friday's filing, prosecutors said it would be " unprecedented" to allow Cohen's lawyers to decide what is privileged, and that the government should be allowed to use its own "taint team" or "filter team" to do the job.
Or, they said, the court could appoint a special master for that goal.

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Not only would evidence that Cohen indeed traveled to Prague reveal he's been lying, but it would discredit the argument Trump and his allies in Congress have been using to discredit the Russian Federation investigation.

Lawyers representing President Trump and his longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen will be back in court Monday in an attempt to stop federal prosecutors from accessing material that they claim is protected by attorney client privilege.

Daniels has until Monday evening to file her opposition, and then Cohen will have through Tuesday evening to respond.

"It is common for a civil case to be stayed under these circumstances, and that is what we will be requesting of the US District Court tomorrow", Blakely said in an email.

Those confidentiality rules can be set aside under certain circumstances if investigators have evidence that a crime has been committed.

McDougal was paid $150,000 in the summer of 2016 by the parent company of the National Enquirer under an agreement that gave it the exclusive rights to her story, which it never published. "The President has maintained there's no collusion with Russian Federation".

Photo Members of the media approached President Trump's personal attorney, Michael D. Cohen, in NY on Thursday.

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