Prosecutors are still investigating campaign finance crimes committed when Cohen paid two women to stay silent about alleged affairs, judge says

A judge confirmed in a court filing on Thursday that federal prosecutors in New York are still investigating campaign finance crimes committed when Donald Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid two women to stay silent about alleged affairs with Trump before he became president.

US district judge William Pauley made the disclosure as he agreed to release, in several weeks’ time, some court documents related to the search warrant that authorized last April’s FBI raids on Cohen’s home and office. Media organizations had requested access to the records.

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