Lawyers for President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen took tough questions from a New York judge in their effort to make the Trump Organization pay for Cohen’s $3.8 million in legal fees, back taxes and criminal penalties.
After oral arguments Tuesday, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Joel Cohen didn’t rule or indicate that he had his mind made up between Cohen’s version of events and the one advanced by the president’s real estate company. He pondered aloud whether Trump’s company could be made to pay for certain costs.
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