On Wednesday, ABC News and other outlets reported that Cohen was expected to lose legal representation.
Under deep financial pressure, Cohen plans to hire a new lawyer for the next phase of the probe, the person said.
A judge had set a deadline of Friday for Cohen's legal team to finish its review of the seized documents. Citing unnamed sources, ABC also said Cohen is expected to cooperate with federal prosecutors in NY.
Any cooperation by Cohen with prosecutors would represent a significant blow to Trump, whose campaign is under investigation for alleged collusion with Russian Federation and who regularly expresses acute frustration with investigators.
"Attorney-client privilege is dead", the president tweeted.
While Cohen could receive a pardon for any federal crimes from Trump, he could still be prosecuted on the state level.
President Donald Trump was furious when it surfaced in April that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had raided properties of Michael Cohen, his longtime lawyer.
Donald Trump's former personal lawyer is expected to cooperate with the Mueller investigation. As one reportdescribed it, "Of the 291,770 electronic files contained on two of Mr. Cohen's cellphones and on one of his iPads, 148 are privileged and will be withheld if the judge approves".
Federal prosecutors in NY have publicly said they are investigating alleged fraud in Cohen's business dealings, but haven't disclosed details.
At this point, there are no indications that Cohen has discussed a plea deal in the fraud investigation and he has not been charged.
As it turns out, the Trump family is footing much of the bill for that and according to the New York Times, they aren't happy about how much it's costing, which has widened the rift between Cohen and Trump.
Daniels alleges an affair with Trump, which the president has denied.
Above the Law offers its speculation on possible reasons for the split.
Cohen has worked for Trump in various capacities since 2011.
Former Brazil global Rivaldo says that Neymar can boost the confidence of his teammates at the World Cup in Russian Federation . Egypt are banking on the availability of Salah as they try to get past the first stage of a World Cup for the first time.
Some Detroit Pistons fans have been very critical of Tom Gores for taking so long to find a head coach and general manager. Dallas posted a 162-84 (.659) mark during that span, winning 50 or more games in each of his three seasons with the team.
But the political mood in Italy has changed, with resentment growing among voters toward both migrants and the European Union . The United Nations called on the countries to resolve the issue, describing it as an "urgent humanitarian imperative ".
In a meeting with Trudeau, Trump said again that he favored an overhaul of the North American Free Trade Agreement. The German government was not the only ally to lash out at the United States president before the Canada meeting.
That decision has raised concerns about the risk of holding such a monumental meeting with barely anyone to bear witness. North Korea maintains an atrocious human rights record that is inextricably linked to its weapons proliferation.
The place is so special that Meghan's engagement ring has a diamond from Botswana , a personal touch from Prince Harry . For Meghan , Thursday's royal "away-day" will be her first full working day as a member of the royal family and an HRH.
The video was filmed on Saturday evening by a concerned citizen, KTLA sister station WREG in Memphis reported . Cheeks admitted to police that she kept the children in the cages while she was driving for about 35 minutes.
Her fellow Conservative backbencher Stephen Hammond said: "Parliament must be able to have its say in a " no deal " situation". Other flashpoints in the parliamentary votes include proposals to keep Britain tightly aligned with the E.U.'s economy.
This question led to some of the most interesting exchanges during Trump's sprawling news conference after the signing with Kim. That meeting in Dalian was seen as an effort by China to ensure that Beijing's voice was heard when Kim later met with Trump.
It's not a matter of giving or denying Trump "credit" for the meeting but about results, Wagar said. State-run KCNA news agency heralded the summit as part of a "changed era", Reuters reported .
Morocco Loses to U.S, Canada & Mexico
Such a determination may not occur until at least late 2025, once teams qualify and learn their opening-round assignments. The 2026 tournament will be the first to feature 48 teams , an expansion from the traditional field of 32 competitors.
The wife of Prince Harry again stumbled
The newly-weds will embark on their first major global visit with a four-country tour which will also take in Fiji and Tonga . Anne-Marie Tomchak talks artificial intelligence and the robot take-over on #GirlsWithGoals.is your job truly safe? .
E3 2018: Bethesda teases new space epic 'Starfield'
Bethesda Game Studios has earned its reputation as one of the industry's most respected and accomplished game development studios. The game will be released as a free to play title but one might expect microtransactions to be a part of this game.
GOP Senate nominee to be selected in Tuesday primary
Wexton beat out five other challengers for the Democratic nomination in Tuesday's primary , taking almost 42 percent of the vote. All eyes are on these races to see if the Democratic wave that started last November continues to turn the tide this year.
Trump Administration Won't Defend ACA
On Friday, America's Health Insurance Plans, an insurance industry trade group, criticized the federal government's filing. California and 15 other states also filed a brief Thursday to intervene and defend the ACA and its consumer protections.
Deaths of famous by their own hands highlight troubling trend
But the according to the report , more than half of people who died by suicide did not have a known mental health condition. The suicide rate in Nevada has remained steady, according to a new Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ) report.
Adam Putnam: No mores lapse in background checks
Putnam asserted that "no one's safety was at risk" because those 291 people would not have been able to purchase a firearm. In Florida, the Department of Agriculture is responsible for carrying out background checks for gun licenses.