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No additional charges expected in Trump hush money probe

CBS News Thursday, 18 July 2019
Court documents released in New York show President Trump was aware of efforts in 2016 to keep two women silent about their affairs with him. His former attorney Michael Cohen is serving three years for his involvement. But it appears Cohen will be the only one charged. Paula Reid reports.
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News video: Trump Legal Team Gets Victory as Cohen Hush Money Federal Investigation Closes

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The federal probe into hush money payments made by Michael Cohen during the 2016 Trump presidential campaign has concluded giving the President's legal team a win. Veuer's Justin Kircher has more.

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