Michael Cohen Taken Into Custody For Breaking Terms Of Early Release From Prison

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Trump's former personal attorney reportedly violated the terms of his early release, granted due to COVID concerns.

CNN reports that President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen has been taken into custody for breaking the terms of his early release from prison, according to his lawyer Jeffrey Levine.

Cohen was released on furlough from prison in late May due to coronavirus fears.

Cohen was serving a three-year sentence in New York after pleading guilty to lying to Congress, tax charges and two campaign finance charges for facilitating hush money payments to two women who alleged affairs with Trump. Trump has denied having affairs with the women.

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