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Report: Michael Cohen May Be ‘Willing To Give’ Information About President Trump To Investigators

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Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen may be “willing to give” information about President Trump to investigators, according to a Tuesday CNN report.

“He knows a lot of things about the president and he’s not averse to talking in the right situation,” said a friend of Cohen, according to CNN. “If they want information on Trump, he’s willing to give it.”

Regarding what could eventually happen, another friend told CNN that “anything is a possibility.” If the charges turn out to be less serious, Cohen may plead guilty, the friend said.

Cohen has not yet met with prosecutors, and it is unclear what charges, if any, would be filed. However, before any indictment occurs the government must complete its review of attorney-client privileged evidence obtained in the raid, which is expected to take place before June 25. (RELATED: Random New Yorker Calls Out Michael Cohen — ‘That Guy That’s Going To Jail!’)

The attorney, once deemed Trump’s “fixer,” has reportedly felt distant from the president of late. “He feels let down by him and isolated by him,” said another Cohen friend.

In April, FBI agents seized several hundred encrypted messages and 3.7 million files from Cohen’s office and home.

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