Longtime Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen is scheduled to appear in court Monday before a judge who will be hearing arguments about how to determine whether certain material seized from Cohen by federal prosecutors is protected by attorney-client privilege. One question germane to this issue is how much of Cohen’s work—given that he’s also known for brokering business deals, acting as a Trump spokesman, and doing under-the-radar public-relations fixing—involves the actual dispensation of legal advice and services. The government argues that very little of what Cohen does is actual lawyerin’; he’s attempting to prove otherwise. Part of this argument involves submitting information about his clients. Apparently he has three of them:
You may remember Broidy’s name coming up last week because Cohen negotiated a non-disclosure agreement for him with a Playboy model who says she had an abortion after being impregnated by Broidy during a period in which he was paying her to have sex. (Broidy, who is married, called the affair a “consensual relationship” and has not acknowledged paternity.) More:
LOL, you think? Somewhere out there, at this exact moment, a guy is thinking very, very hard about the best way to break some delicate news to his wife.