Michael Cohen, personal lawyer for President Trump, revealed in court Monday afternoon that Fox News commentator and Long Island-native Sean Hannity is the third client Cohen performed secret legal work for.
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The three other clients, according to the letter, are Trump, Broidy and a third client whom Cohen initially did not want to be identified.
A judge ruled that Michael Cohen, the president's long-time personal attorney, must reveal he had been retained by Sean Hannity.
Cohen is asking for the review to be conducted by a court-appointed attorney.
Prosecutors with the U.S. attorney's office in Manhattan said they have a "filter team" of lawyers separate from those involved in the investigation in place to review the documents for any communications between Cohen and his clients.
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Prosecutor Thomas McKay told the judge during a sidebar session on Friday, "This is a fast-moving investigation. We are devoting a large amount of resources to the whole case but, in particular, to our filter team to get this review done very quickly".
McKay, the federal prosecutor, said in a court motion arguing against this that Cohen's request was "unprecedented and is not supported by case law".
Cohen was in court for a hearing regarding the investigation into his business dealings. That request came as a result of Cohen's lawyer at the hearing, Todd Harrison, claiming that "thousands" of documents involved would be protected by attorney-client privilege.
Cohen, who is under criminal investigation for possible bank fraud and campaign finance violations, wants the material to be reviewed before federal prosecutors have a chance to scrutinize it. The warrant also sought information that included payments allegedly made to keep women silent about affairs with Trump more than a decade ago. The attorneys said in the filing that Cohen represented three clients in the past year: Trump; Elliot Broidy, the Republican fundraiser for whom Cohen helped facilitate a $1.6 million payment to a Playboy playmate; and a third person.
Broidy admitted to the relationship in a statement but did not address whether he impregnated the woman.
Also in the court was Ms Daniels.
The White House has denied Mr Trump had an extramarital affair.