- Warrant follows referral by special counsel Robert Mueller
- Seized documents include communications with Trump
FBI agents raided the office of Michael Cohen, the longtime personal attorney of Donald Trump, on Monday and seized records including communications between Cohen and Trump, Cohen’s lawyer said in a statement.
Also seized were documents relating to a $130,000 payment Cohen has admitted making to the pornographic actor Stormy Daniels, according to the New York Times, which first reported the raid. Daniels is in a protracted legal battle with Trump to tell the story of their alleged relationship.