President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen on Wednesday was granted a two-month extension, to May 6, of his prison surrender date to recover from surgery and prepare his congressional testimony.
The continued interest by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan presents yet another area of legal peril for President Donald Trump.
Cohen was originally scheduled to testify before the panel on Friday. But Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said the closed-door testimony would be delayed until Feb. 28 "in the interests of the investigation."
Lanny Davis' call for Trump to be censured by the House comes a day after Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen postponed his congressional testimony due to alleged "threats" against his family by the president and Rudy Giuliani.
The mysterious document comes a week after President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison.
Huckabee Sanders opened a rare White House press briefing by saying "we wish General Flynn well," less than two hours after his scheduled sentencing for lying to the FBI about contacts with Russia's ambassador to the United States was postponed.
Cohen tells ABC that Trump had him coordinate the payments, which came weeks before Election Day 2016, because he was worried about the potential impact of revelations about his alleged trysts with the women.
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for crimes that included facilitating the National Enquirer's payment to Playboy model Karen McDougal.
Trump's lawyer Charles Harder said that the fees that Daniels was ordered to pay amount to 75 percent of Trump's legal feels in the case.
A sentencing document concludes that Cohen acted "in coordination and at the direction" of President Donald Trump in making the payments to two women who said they had affairs with the president.
Michael Avenatti announced Tuesday that he will not run for president in 2020. Avenatti, who first gained fame and infamy for his representation of porn star Stormy Daniels in multiple legal cases, said, "I do not make this decision lightly."
Michael Avenatti on Thursday strongly denied he had ever been violent toward a woman as first and second wives rallied to his defense after his arrest in Los Angeles for alleged domestic violence.
The newspaper, citing dozens of interviews and documents, also reported that Trump may have violated federal campaign finance laws through his participation in the deals.
The proper figure is closer to $25,000, Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti says in the court document, which was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.
Summer Zervos, who has quietly been pursuing a defamation case against the president, is not entitled to information regarding other women's claims of misconduct, a judge in New York ruled on Friday.
A California judge on Monday ordered Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti to pay $4.85 million to an attorney at his former law firm, the first time the potential presidential candidate is being held personally liable in the case.
A transcript of an Oval Office interview Tuesday with President Donald Trump by AP White House reporters Catherine Lucey, Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire.
Daniels sued Trump in April, after Trump sent a tweet accusing the adult film actress and director of a "total con job" following her appearance on daytime talk show "The View."
Judge S. James Otero said that Trump's April tweet, accusing Daniels of a "total con job" after her appearance on daytime talk show"The View," was "the definition of protected rhetorical hyperbole."
Daniels became a household name after it was revealed that the president's then-lawyer, Michael Cohen, had paid $130,000 in a hush-money deal barring Daniels from discussing an alleged affair with Trump years before he became president.