President Donald Trump and then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen reportedly hatched a plan to buy decades' worth of damaging information from the National Enquirer and its parent company American...
National Enquirer publisher David Pecker kept the documents and contracts secret to protect his relationship with presidential candidate Donald Trump.
The Harvard Law School professor compared campaign finance violations to jaywalking.
Michael Cohen, Trump's former fixer and attorney, implicated President Donald Trump in campaign-finance violations over payments made to keep two women quiet about alleged affairs with the president.
Cohen's lawyer said that if it was a crime for his client to make a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels, and a separate payment to cover up an alleged affair with "Playboy" model Karen McDougal at...
Cohen reportedly ready to tell prosecutors that Trump knew in advance about the Trump Tower meeting with the Russians.
Prosecutors were to meet with Daniels to discuss their investigation into Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen.
The actor revealed he wasn't actually working with Michael Cohen to bring Trump down though.
Tom Arnold had been working to track down damaging tapes featuring President Donald Trump.
Cohen acknowledged his legal situation in his resignation letter as the reason he could no longer serve his position in the RNC.
“What’s going to happen here is the narcissism of this president, his arrogance, his stupidity, is ultimately going to catch up to him," Avenatti said of Trump.
A non-partisan watchdog challenges the claim the funds were paid on behalf of a former RNC deputy finance chairman.
Michael Avenatti has frequently attacked President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
“Absolutely, I have a lot of sympathy for the first lady,” Avenatti said.