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Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen sought $1 million from Qatar in late 2016: Report

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Thursday, 17 May 2018 ()

Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen sought $1 million from Qatar in late 2016: ReportUS President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen asked the Qatari government for at least $1 million in December 2016 in exchange for access or insight into the Trump administration, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.

Qatar turned down Cohen's offer, made weeks before Trump's inauguration in January...
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