Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is calling into question part of a report released by Stormy Daniels’ attorney about Cohen’s alleged banking transactions.
In a court filing on Wednesday, Cohen’s attorney said some of the transactions attributed to Cohen were actually tied to other people with the same name.
“This document is concerning for a number of reasons, including the number of blatantly incorrect statements it contains,” Cohen attorney Stephen Ryan wrote in a 24-page complaint letter to a federal judge.
Cohen’s camp does not dispute the report’s contention that a company he created in 2016 — and used to pay hush money to Daniels, an adult film actress who claims she had sex with Trump — received large payments from companies like Novartis and AT&T, which confirm they hired him as a consultant or adviser.
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