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Michael Cohen Reportedly Handed Over Documents To Back His Claim That Trump's Lawyers Rewrote His False Statement To Congress La

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Michael Cohen Reportedly Handed Over Documents To Back His Claim That Trump's Lawyers Rewrote His False Statement To Congress La

Michael Cohen Reportedly Handed Over Documents To Back His Claim That Trump's Lawyers Rewrote His False Statement To Congress La

Michael Cohen has handed over documents to lawmakers to substantiate his claim that President Donald Trump's attorneys altered his false statement to Congress last year.

The statement was about a planned Trump real estate project in Moscow, about which Cohen testified in 2017, a year before his current round of hearings.

Sources say Trump's former personal attorney and fixer handed the documents over during closed-door testimony to the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday.

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