"There were changes made, additions," Cohen answered. "Jay Sekulow for one."
Cohen said that "several changes" were made, "including how we were going to handle that message, which was — the message of course being the length of time that the Trump Tower Moscow project stayed and remained alive."
Sekulow last week fired back at that claim.
He said that the "testimony by Michael Cohen that attorneys for the president edited or changed his statement to Congress to alter the duration of the Trump Tower Moscow negotiations is completely false."
On Wednesday, Sekulow told NBC News, after the new documents were first reported, "We stand by our statement last week."
Cohen was supposed to surrender to prison Wednesday to begin a three-year sentence. But his surrender was postponed until May 6 to allow him to testify for what have now been four days of hearings at congressional committees, and to continue to recuperate from shoulder surgery.
The now-disbarred lawyer, in addition to pleading guilty to lying to Congress, last year pleaded guilty to financial crimes that benefited him personally, and to campaign finance violations. The campaign charges related to hush money payments that Cohen facilitated to two women, porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal, to keep them quiet about alleged affairs with Trump.
Cohen has said Trump directed him to arrangement the payments to the women shortly before the 2016 election to prevent their claims from damaging Trump's chances of winning the presidency. Trump denies that, and also denies having sex with either woman, but he and his company did reimburse Cohen for the payment the lawyer personally made to Daniels.
Cohen's legal advisor, Lanny Davis, in a statement Wednesday called for the New York attorney general and the Manhattan District Attorney's Office to launch a criminal investigation into the hush money payments.
"There can be virtually no doubt, by the admission of Mr. Trump's own attorney, Rudy Giuliani, on TV, as well as substantial other evidence in documents and other witnesses, that Donald Trump, while president of the United States, committed multiple felonies each time he signed illegal checks for hush money 'reimbursements' (Giuliani's word on TV) to Michael Cohen from ... Mr. Trump's own personal account while he was president," Davis said.
"The New York State Attorney General and Manhattan District Attorney, based alone on these Trump personal hush money reimbursement checks to Cohen while he was president, probably have jurisdiction to launch an investigation of Mr. Trump," Davis said.
"Indeed, arguably, the Manhattan DA could seek a criminal indictment of President Trump while he is still president, since the DA is not literally subject to the Department of Justice memo, which has never been tested by the courts, that a sitting president cannot be indicted."
Danny Frost, a spokesman for Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr., declined to comment on Davis' request.
The press office for New York Attorney General Letitia James did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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