US President Donald Trump has formally disclosed that he reimbursed his personal attorney more than US$100,000 (S$134,000) past year, apparently in connection with the payment of hush money to a porn star, government records show.
Cohen is now faced with a federal investigation into his business dealings and the payment he made to an adult film star who claimed to have an affair with Trump in 2006.
In March, Avenatti filed a lawsuit on Daniels' behalf seeking to invalidate her agreement not to talk about an allegedly "intimate relationship" on the grounds that Trump - who denies the affair, according to the White House - never signed it.
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The ethics disclosure said Mr Cohen sought reimbursement in 2017 for an expense he incurred in 2016.
The deputy attorney general is overseeing the Department of Justice investigation into whether Trump aides colluded with alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election.
Sater, who was born in the Soviet Union, worked for the Trump Organization in the mid-2000s, helping the company build hotels in Florida and NY.
An FBI raid last month of Cohen's home, office and hotel room - part of an investigation into possible bank fraud, wire fraud and campaign finance violations - was widely publicized. Cohen has also admitted the hush payment was issued 11 days before Trump's election. All my communications show I was tenaciously trying to get a supertall tower built and nothing else, ' Sater said. All have confirmed payments to Cohen.
Rumaihi said in a telephone interview Wednesday that Cohen first asked for the money, and Rumaihi refused, several days before the Trump Tower meeting, when the two saw each other at the Peninsula Hotel in NY.
Trump's financial disclosure form released by ethics office
President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer, as the Swiss drugmaker battles to contain the fallout from the arrangement. Apol wrote in the letter to Rosenstein that the Office of Government Ethics had determined "the payment made by Mr.
It is now known that Cohen solicited major corporations for high-dollar "consulting" services via Essential Consultants LLC after Trump's 2016 election.
The financial form, however, did not explicitly say what the payments were for. And then second, it would've given a false impression that" Trump knew about the reimbursement if it was disclosed "back in 2017.
A prior disclosure made a year ago covered a 16-month period and showed $37.3 million in revenues for Mar-a-Lago.
Peter Djinis, an anti-money- laundering expert who held top jobs at FinCEN and its predecessor office, said leaking a SAR would be "very unsafe and highly inappropriate" because it could erode confidence in the government's privacy safeguards.
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