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Attorney General who led Michael Cohen to step down

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Robert Khuzami, the Federal Prosecutor in Manhattan, who oversees the criminal case against the President, Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen, resignation of his position in the next month.

While Mr. Khuzami, the 15-month service as assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern district of New York, he headed one of the most important investigations in the offices of recent history, the protection of the guilty of Mr Cohen for eight Federal crimes, including two campaign-Finance violations tied to the hush-money payments, he on Mr Trump’s behalf, during the 2016 presidential campaign.

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The case was exposed, Mr. Trump’s inner circle legal risk and brought in other studies that, according to Mr. Khuzami, the departure, including a criminal probe of the donations and expenditure of Mr Trump, the 2017 inauguration. The silence, the payment investigation investigated is the role of the executives from the Trump organization, Mr. trump is a family business.

Mr. Khuzami, Cohen inquiry, according to Geoffrey Berman, the President-designate US Minister of justice, recused themselves headed for unknown reasons.

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Under Mr. Khuzami’s supervision of the Federal public Prosecutor of Manhattan direct involvement of the President in Mr. Cohen’s payoff scheme, refers to him in court documents as “Individual 1.” The Prosecutor’s office wrote in a December court filing that Mr. Cohen acted”, they had claimed, in coordination with and under the direction of,” Mr. Trump in the arrangement of the two illegal hush-money payments up to the year 2016 on women, sexual encounters with Mr. Trump.

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Mr trump has denied the meetings, and the Director refused his lawyer to break the law.

Mr. Khuzami, whose last day is April 12, will return to Washington to be with his family after commuting weekly to New York, according to an announcement from the Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office.

This story continues in the Wall Street Journal.

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