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Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty To Covering Up Trump Real Estate Deals In Moscow
President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney has pleaded guilty to covering up a Russian real estate deal during a time when the then-candidate was trying to win the White House. Michael Cohen pleaded guilty Thursday in New York in a nine-page filing that detailed numerous lies he told to put distance between a planned Trump-branded tower in Moscow and Trump’s presidential ambition. Cohen admitted to knowingly lying to the Senate and House intelligence committees in 2017 about the president’s commercial ties in Russia.  


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