Manhattan federal prosecutors, who say they are investigating Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen for conduct that largely centers on his “personal business dealings,” rebutted on Friday allegations that the documents seized in raids on his home and office at Squire Patton Boggs included thousands of privileged materials.

Agents on April 9 searched Cohen’s home, office, hotel room, safety deposit box and electronic devices after getting authorization from a federal magistrate judge who found “probable cause to believe that such materials would include evidence of Cohen’s own crimes,” prosecutors said in court documents.

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