Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney and “fixer” who has since spoken out against his former client and employer, has filed suit against the Trump Organization alleging it was supposed to cover his attorney fees and costs incurred in his work for the company, including his cooperation with federal investigators.

In his suit, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Cohen alleges that he has incurred millions in attorney fees for ongoing investigations and litigation, including the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and numerous hearings before congressional committees.

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