Federal Bureau of Investigation agents seized Trump lawyer's recordings of conversations in raid

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Lawyers for President Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, are appearing in Manhattan federal court Friday morning in a hearing to challenge the government's recent seizure of documents.

Now, however, Mueller's team might be able to end the probe and provide a report to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein "more quickly", since the prospect of interviewing Trump has dimmed, NBC reported.

According to United States media, Mr Cohen's lawyers have filed a temporary restraining order which is due to be heard in court on Friday.

The revelation that the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained recordings during the raid comes a day after The Washington Post reported that some of Trump's allies were anxious that investigators may have seized recorded conversations between Trump and Cohen.

Trump's efforts in pressuring Attorney General Jeff Sessions to not recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation.

Of Trump, McKay said: "His attorney-client privilege is no greater than any other person who seeks legal advice".

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Prior to this, the company admitted that it had used devices to the skew results on United States emission tests. VW chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said in a statement that Mr Mueller had done "outstanding work" for the company.

Some of the reportedly collected documents were related to a $130,000 payment made to porn star Stormy Daniels.

. Or, they said, the court could appoint a special master for that objective.

Manhattan Federal Judge Kimba Wood indicated she was inclined to rule in favor of a delay based on Hendon's application to the court.

President Trump lashed out against the raid, calling it an attack on the country.

McDougal was paid $150,000 in the summer of 2016 by the parent company of the National Enquirer under an agreement that gave it the exclusive rights to her story, which it never published.

The White House has consistently said Trump denies either affair.

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