Michael Cohen has discussed President Donald Trump's dealings with Russian Federation in hours of interviews with special counsel Robert Mueller's team over the past month, ABC News reported Thursday.
ABC News reported earlier Thursday that Cohen has met several times - for several hours - with investigators from the special counsel's office.
The questioning has focused on potential collusion, sources told ABC News.
Cohen, once one of Trump's top aides, began talking with the Mueller investigation after he pleaded guilty on August 21 to bank fraud and campaign finance violations in an agreement with NY prosecutors.
When the conversation turned to pardons, Abrams also said Cohen should shed some light on whether Trump obstructed justice by promising clemency to anyone who doesn't tell the truth or cooperate.
The White House dismissed the plea, arguing that the president was not indicted and therefore did nothing wrong. "No one should question his integrity, veracity or loyalty to his family and country over @POTUS @realDonaldTrump".
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According to the Journal, one particular area of interest for the special counsel could be Cohen's push to complete an agreement for a Trump Tower in Moscow during the 2016 election.
The tweet was deleted nearly immediately and later reposted by Cohen's lawyer, Lanny Davis.
Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations in August, striking a plea deal with prosecutors that cut down his jail time but did not compel cooperation with federal investigators.
Two of the charges Cohen pleaded guilty to stem from payments made to Playboy model Karen McDougal and Stephanie Clifford, an adult film actress known as Stormy Daniels, to keep them from talking about their affairs with Trump.
Trump conversely praised Manafort for going to trial - the first case stemming from Mueller's probe to go before a jury - and eschewing a plea deal, but he is now also cooperating with the investigation.
"Even though he doesn't have a cooperation deal, attempting to cooperate will help Cohen at sentencing", tweeted Renato Mariotti, a former federal prosecutor in IL.