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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 08, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the suggestion from Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for Stormy Daniels, that President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen received money from a Russian oligarch, Viktor Vekselberg†, with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, with Avenatti noting the Russian & other payments with Cohen's statement quoted introduced. [in interview, AVENATTI - asserts his information is accurate: that Cohen was paid a half million by the Columbus Nova company affiliated with the Russians that may be a pay to play scenario with access to President Trump, how it could be a repayment of the Cohen Daniels money, how Cohen got money from Novartis & AT&T; calls for Cohen to release his bank records to answer the questions.] The statement from Columbus Nova about hiring Cohen quoted.
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