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Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Hints He May Cooperate With Federal Prosecutors

Cohen once said he would "do anything" to protect Donald Trump. Facing an ongoing FBI probe of his finances and business dealings, Cohen now says his "first loyalty" rests with his family.
Michael Cohen, a longtime personal lawyer and confidante for President Trump, said Monday his "first loyalty" rests with his family. Source: Don Emmert

Michael Cohen, the personal lawyer and longtime fixer for the president who once said he would "do anything" to protect Donald Trump, now says his "first loyalty" rests

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