The feds wiretapped phones used by President Trump’s personal attorney and intercepted at least one call with the White House, according to a new report Thursday.
It’s unclear how long lawyer Michael Cohen’s phones were tapped, but investigators were monitoring his conversations during the weeks leading the FBI’s April 9 raids on his offices, home and hotel room, NBC News reported.
Trump called Cohen on April 13 to “check in” following the raids, the New York Times reportedlast month.
The NBC report cited two people with knowledge of the legal proceedings involving Cohen, who is under investigation regarding a $130,000 payment he made to porn star Stormy Daniels shortly before the 2016 presidential election.
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