President Donald Trump disclosed the reimbursement of at least $100,000 to Michael Cohen, his personal attorney, in a financial disclosure filing covering 2017 with the federal Office of Government Ethics on Tuesday. According to a note at the bottom of one of the 92 pages filed with ethics officials, Cohen sought reimbursement for expenses in 2016, which Trump “fully reimbursed” Cohen for last year.

The note identified the reimbursement as being more than $100,001 and less than $250,000, and claimed that the repayment was not required to be disclosed as a reportable liability.

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