Federal prosecutors have used a new law signed by Trump to go after his former fixing Michael Cohen, the disclosure of court documents. has submitted some documents, but the technology giant "refused to provide data stored on computer servers outside the United States," according to a statement submitted to the court by an FBI agent working on Cohen's case. , Trump has signed CLOUD's law, which gives law enforcement authorities in the US easier ways to prosecute data abroad. The collateral is included in the Trump's $ 1.3 trillion expense account to avoid closing down the federal government. the materials that Google refuses to surrender.
In a statement from April 201