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  • Prosecutors: Illegal hush-money paid at Trump's 'direction'

    The Justice Department said Friday that President Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of two women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign, the first time prosecutors have connected Trump to a federal crime. In a court filing,

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  • Prosecutors: Illegal hush-money paid at Trump's 'direction'

    The Justice Department says Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of women, but a Friday court filing stops short of accusing Trump of committing a crime.

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  • Prosecutors: Illegal hush-money paid at Trump's 'direction'

    The Justice Department says Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of women, but a Friday court filing stops short of accusing Trump of committing a crime.

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  • Prosecutors: Illegal hush-money paid at Trump's 'direction'

    WASHINGTON (AP) " The Justice Department says Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign.The allegation made in court papers Friday is the first time the government has connected Trump to what it says are criminal campaign finance violations.Federal prosecutors say former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen arranged the payments "in coordination with and at the direction of" Trump. [

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  • Prosecutors: Illegal hush-money paid at Trump's 'direction'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department said Friday that President Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of two women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign, the first time prosecutors have connected Trump to a federal crime. In a court filing, prosecutors said former Trump

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  • Prosecutors: Illegal hush-money paid at Trump's 'direction'

    The filing stopped short of accusing the president of committing a crime.

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  • Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen to be sentenced for hush money payments

    U.S. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen will be sentenced on Wednesday for his role in the payment of hush money to women who said they had affairs with Trump and for lying to Congress about a proposed Trump Tower project in Russia that was discussed during the 2016 election campaign.

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