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President Trump’s longtime lawyer and hard-nosed fixer, Michael Cohen, is expected in federal court in Manhattan on Monday for a hearing with huge stakes for him and his No. 1 client, Trump. Cohen wants to stop federal investigators from sifting through records seized by the FBI in raids at his...
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