A lawyer told Michael Cohen in an email in April 2018 that he could "stay well" because there are "high-ranking friends" after a supposed connection with a "back channel" with President Trump's lawyer Rudi Giuliani, where the question of pardon
Cohen, formerly Trump's personal attorney, who will serve three years in prison for multiple crimes, has recently been subject to control over his testimony to the Capitol, in particular his statement that he has never asked because Lanny Davis, one of Cohen's lawyers, admitted that Cohen "had ordered his lawyer to ask for possible pardon. Steven Ryan, former Cohen's lawyer, reportedly discussed the issue with Trump's lawyers after FBI agents invaded his client's home, office, and hotel room. Trump's legal team ruled out Cohen's pardon. and through the lawyer, Robert J. Costello, had a dozen talks with Juliane, who were described as a "reverse channel for communication," the New York Times reported.
Costello writes to Cohen: "Sleep well tonight, friends in the high places," after announcing an exchange of an email with Juliani.A part of the correspondence reportedly included the question of whether Trump would be willing to pardon Cowen [1
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"[Rudy Giuliani] A little bit angry I got the message, you just have to tell me once, Rudy. Costello
Jalliani confirmed to the Associated Press that Costello had reached after Cohen's properties were attacked last year
"My answer was that the president would not consider or give any pardons now," said Juliani. "As I said in the past, the president is entitled, and that does not mean he will not consider it when the investigation is over."
Federal prosecutors have already asked for copies of the reports Coen made with Costello. against the background of allegations of "possible violations of federal criminal law".
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"We have papers that support our position and are preparing to provide them to the US Prosecutor's Office who has asked them," said Costello in the statement, adding that Cohen's report on pardon discussions was "total stupidity."
Associated Press contributed to this report