The head of American Media Incorporated, David Pecker, was questioned by federal prosecutors about hush money payments made to women who allegedly had affairs with Donald Trump before he was elected president.
Cohen is now serving a three-year prison sentence for fixing payments for Trump, while Giuliani is front-and-center in Trump's Ukraine scandal.
"The felony crime is a serious one," Joyce Vance said. "Most significantly is the threat there is jail time involved."
"He's going to what I like to refer to as 'Jewish heaven,'" Larry Levine, founder of Wall Street Prison Consultants, said.
"Mrs. Trump wants to ensure her guests have a special evening," the first lady's spokeswoman said.
Miranda Panda and Brittany Walters settled with the city of Columbus, Ohio, for $150,000 after they were unlawfully arrested at a gentlemen's club along with Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels, in July 2018.
Stormy Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti criticized Cohen for postponing his plan to testify before congress next month.
At a hearing, the judge did not issue a ruling but seemed to favor Trump and his attorneys' view that the suit no longer had legal grounds.
The lawyer for Stormy Daniels vehemently denies the allegations.
Cohen's public hearing will be February 7, making him the first Trump associate connected to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe to cooperate with the Democrats since they took control of the House.
"I am done being loyal to President Trump and my first loyalty belongs to my wife, my daughter, my son and this country," Cohen said.
"I will not be the villain of his story," Michael Cohen told George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "Good Morning America."
"Is it true (asking for about 100 million friends)?" Avenatti tweeted at Trump Jr.
Adult movie star gave interview to promote her new book Full Disclosure.
Attorneys representing the president are seeking legal fees of hundreds of thousands of dollars from the adult film actress.
"I think the field is shaping up to be even more advantageous for someone like me, not less," said the lawyer and Trump critic.
"To all the people that want to divide us for their own agendas: It is not going to happen," Avenatti wrote.
People that oppose open and well-rounded sex education she said, "are fueling the very social problems they say they are trying to prevent."