Michael Cohen, the ex-attorney for President Donald Trump who admitted in court on Tuesday to coordinating hush payments to women with damaging information about his former client, apparently has not agreed to cooperate with prosecutors, but former prosecutors say that the possibility that Cohen might later help investigators shouldn’t be ruled out.  

Cohen pleaded guilty in federal court in Manhattan to eight counts, including five counts of tax evasion for lying about his income each year from 2012 to 2016 and one count of making false statements to a lending institution for failing to report $14 million in liabilities related to his taxi medallion business on an application for a home equity line of credit.

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