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Michael Cohen's lucrative access-peddling mostly backfired, apparently

Very few parties involved in Michael Cohen's efforts to profit off his relationship to President Trump's seem to be satisfied with the arrangement. Cohen told associates he felt he was underpaid by law firm Squire Patton Boggs, which gave him $500,000 a year plus office space in New York and a cut of any fees from clients he referred, The Wall Street Journal reports, and his work for other clients and prospective clients "dragged some of the world's largest corporations and other firms into Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation."

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News Posted By: theweek - Monday, 14 May, 2018