Everyone's Making the Same Sean Hannity 'Vacation' Joke

Everyone's Making the Same Sean Hannity 'Vacation' Joke

Everyone's Making the Same Sean Hannity 'Vacation' Joke

NY — A legal fight over what should happen to records the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized from President Donald Trumps personal attorney, Michael Cohen, took a surprise twist Monday Cohen was forced to reveal in court that he had also secretly done legal work for Fox News host Sean Hannity.

A federal judge signaled Monday that she is unlikely to grant President Donald Trump's request to let him unilaterally determine what material seized last week from his personal lawyer is privileged, but she indicated that she may appoint an outside attorney to assess the records in an effort to carefully navigate the high-stakes case.

Wood denied a request by Trump's lawyer, Joanna Hendon, that the president and Cohen get the first crack at designating which documents should be off-limits to investigators. And Hannity is now considered one of the president's closest unofficial media advisers. Daniels sat with her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, who told reporters they were there to help ensure protection for the integrity of the seized documents, some of which they believe pertain to the Daniels agreement.

"So it has gone from Russian Federation collusion, to a St. Petersburg troll farm, to Stormy Daniels, to Michael Cohen, and now, Sean Hannity?".

On his radio show Monday afternoon, Hannity responded forcefully to the revelation. "Now, what that means is [special counsel Robert S.] Mueller's witch-hunt investigation is now a runaway train that is clearly careening off the tracks", said Hannity.

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Hannity said he assumed those discussions were covered by attorney-client privilege, and insisted that none involved any matter between himself and a third party. Trump reportedly wanted to meet Cohen because he was able to do what his lawyers were unable to do. "Now, the Federal Bureau of Investigation reportedly seized records related to Cohen's payment to this porn star Stormy Daniels, among other items". He says he took out a home equity loan to personally pay porn actress Storm Daniels $130,000 to keep silent about an alleged affair with Trump.

Mr Hannity said on Monday he had never paid for Mr Cohen's services or been represented by him, but had sought confidential legal advice from him. "That's not enough under the law".

He never mentioned anything to his viewers about his own dealings with Cohen.

Cohen's lawyer's initially refused to identify Hannity as one of three people Cohen represented in an earlier court filing.

Mr Cohen's lawyers did not detail the type of legal work he did for Hannity.

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Lawyers for Cohen and Trump have argued that the seizure could lead to violations of attorney-client privilege.

"I have known Michael a long, long time", he continued.

Last week, it was reported that Cohen is being investigated by the U.S. Attorney's office for the Southern District of NY for, among other things, bank fraud and campaign-finance violations related to his payment to a porn actress who alleges an affair with Trump.

Hannity confirmed he has no personal interest in the current proceedings, and he had asked that his conversations, which he understood were made under attorney-client privilege, "not be made a part of this prcoeeding". Cohen arranged secretive payouts to women for two other two clients, Trump and Elliott Broidy, the now-former deputy finance chairman of the Republican National Committee.

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The source says it allows the woman to speak about and take legal action concerning her alleged pregnancy if she so chooses. Broidy agreed to pay the $1.6 million over two years, and completed the first installment in December, the person said.

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