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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – Expected to be released publicly today are the unredacted search warrants pertaining to the investigation into hush-money payments former Trump attorney Michael Cohen made to adult film star Stormy Daniels. As Tom McParland reports, a New York federal judge on Wednesday ordered prosecutors to release the documents, saying that the government probe of alleged campaign-finance violations associated with the payments—made on behalf of Trump—has ended and “the weighty public ramifications of the conduct” justify public disclosure.

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