Judge: I need more time to decide on Daniels vs. Trump case

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Judge: I need more time to decide on Daniels vs. Trump case

On Saturday morning, U.S. President Donald Trump declared he doesn't think his personal attorney Michael Cohen would "flip" on him.

Trump also mentioned one of the story's authors, Maggie Haberman, in his Twitter rant, calling her a "third rate reporter" and a Hillary Clinton "flunkie who I don't speak to".

"Sorry, I don't see Michael doing that despite the awful Witch Hunt and the dishonest media!" he concluded.

On April 9, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents raided Cohen's Manhattan home, office and a hotel room, seizing several boxes of documents and electronic media on a variety of subjects.

FBI agents raided Cohen's home, hotel room and office last week as part of what was ultimately revealed to be an ongoing criminal investigation into his business dealings.

Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford also known as Stormy Daniels speaks to the media outside US Federal Court
Camera Icon Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford also known as Stormy Daniels speaks to the media outside US Federal

President Donald Trump's personal lawyer must declare in writing that his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination may be jeopardized if legal proceedings aren't delayed in a lawsuit filed by porn actress Stormy Daniels, a judge said Friday. "The person replied, 'He's abusive to everybody'". He apparently attempted to apologize to Melania Trump about the pain he caused by making the $130,000 payment to Daniels, whose birth name is Stephanie Clifford. He slammed Maggie Haberman, the lead reporter on a new story, and called a former aide quoted in the story as a "drunk/drugged up loser".

Trump tweeted Saturday after he arrived at one of his Florida golf courses. Daniels said that the agreement isn't valid because President Trump never signed it.

'Michael is a businessman for his own account/lawyer who I have always liked & respected, ' he continued.

As for Cohen, Avenatti said, "Ultimately, the American people will learn that the basis for the warrants was the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney's office had reason to believe that Michael Cohen was undertaking efforts to destroy documents". For years Mr. Trump treated Mr. Cohen poorly, with gratuitous insults, dismissive statements and, at least twice, threats of being fired, according to interviews with a half-dozen people familiar with their relationship.

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