Michael Cohen ‘Likely’ to Cooperate With Federal Prosecutors

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The WSJ reports Cohen's attorneys had been reviewing more than 3.7 million documents seized from Cohen, ahead of a Friday deadline set by Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of NY.

The New York Times' Maggie Haberman went so far as to hint that Trump, while angry about Cohen's legal troubles and the bungling of the Stormy Daniels situation, is actually afraid of Cohen.

After FBI agents raided Cohen's office in April, Ryan and his NY partner, Todd Harrison, went to court to try to keep investigators from seeing some of the confiscated files on the grounds that they were protected by attorney client privilege.

Cohen denied the reports of his concern, telling Vanity Fair that their "alleged source is wrong!"

The unnamed source who spoke to the NYDN characterized Cohen as "very stressed out" about the possibility of an indictment.

Donald Trump's former personal lawyer is expected to cooperate with the Mueller investigation.

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"It resulted in the unnecessary seizure of protected attorney-client communications between a lawyer and his clients".

Neither Cohen, Ryan nor Harrison immediately responded to messages Wednesday.

A person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press Cohen's current legal team plans to stop handling the case.

Cohen has denied any wrongdoing related to the Russian Federation investigation, and in the case playing out in the Southern District of NY. "If anyone can blow up Trump, it's him".

Sources told ABC News that Cohen could "cooperate with federal investigators" as his attorneys jump ship and said the decision to cooperate "is believed to be imminent".

TheNew York Times on Wednesday confirmed Cohen is "parting from the lawyers who are representing him", but said Cohen "has not yet been contacted by the prosecutors who are conducting the inquiry".

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