Trump Attorney Michael Cohen's Secret 3rd Client

Trump Attorney Michael Cohen's Secret 3rd Client

Donald Trump's longtime attorney Michael Cohen also has been representing Fox News host Sean Hannity, it emerged in federal court on Monday.

Officially, Fox News is standing behind Hannity. Painter noted that by failing to disclose his relationship with Cohen, the Fox News host "made all the guests on his show look like fools because while he's supposedly covering this in a fair and balanced manner, he's getting legal advice and maybe some fixing from the same attorney".

Federal judge Kimba Wood ordered an attorney for Cohen to reveal the identity of a client that Cohen's team had withheld in earlier court documents as part of a dispute over evidence seized by the FBI from Cohen's home and office earlier this month. The Hannity/Cohen revelation exposes a bigger issue for Fox News which is that it is increasingly becoming untethered from the standard preconceptions of what we expect news to be.

"The bottom line is, during the heat of the campaign when relationships are forged, he was always there, offering good advice, in person and on television", former deputy Trump campaign manager David Bossie said of Hannity.

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"Hannity's producers are working to contact him", Smith continued.

These claims are bolstered by the fact that official White House chief of staff John Kelly has fallen out of favor with the president and may not be around much longer. Now, to call Fox "infotainment" is not new, nor do I think it's particularly pejorative.

Trump denies any sexual relationship with Daniels. They discuss ideas for Hannity's show, Trump's frustration with the ongoing special counsel probe and even, at times, what the president should tweet, according to people familiar with the conversations.

"Yes, of course", Cohen replied.