On Friday morning (April 13), Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, appeared in federal court to suppress evidence seized in the FBI raid on Monday (April 9). Trump hired an attorney on Wednesday (April 11) who also appeared in court Friday (April 13) asking the court to suppress materials confiscated in the raid, citing attorney-client privilege. His new attorney argued that Trump is the only one who can waive that privilege; thus, the information shared between the president and Cohen should be protected.
There were many questions left unanswered in court on Friday, but the Department of Justice (DOJ) confirmed that Cohen is indeed the target of a criminal investigation. According to CNN reports, the court documents stated the judge sees the case to be more about Cohen’s business dealings and not necessarily about his activity as an attorney. She, the judge, also asserted that the evidence provided did support such an investigation.
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