Cohen Warrants Show Trump’s Hush Money Problem Isn’t Over
Page after page of redactions related to the ex-fixer’s illegal scheme to silence the president’s purported ex-lovers hint the feds might not be done.
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The ghost of mistresses stars past might continue to haunt President Trump for a quite a while.
On Tuesday, a federal court unsealed hundreds of pages of search warrant applications for Michael Cohen submitted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office. The court filings have some eyebrow raising nuggets in them but what’s missing from them is even more interesting. Prosecutors sprawled gray ink over any section that touched on Cohen’s hush money payments to Trump’s alleged ex-lovers in a hint that they may not quite be done with the case of mistress hush money.