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Michael Cohen, prosecutors granted immunity to publisher David Pecker

Federal prosecutors in the Michael Cohen case granted immunity to publisher David Pecker, on the left.

Prosecutors in New York granted immunity to publisher David Pecker in exchange for information about the investigation in silence-money payments from Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen.

Sources confirmed to Fox News that prosecutors suggested the immunity deal with hoe, CEO of American Media, Inc., the National Enquirer published.

His company allegedly money-deals, in which payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal shut down allegations of Affairs with President Trump involved was in the silence.

Cohen on Tuesday pleaded guilty to eight charges, including campaign Finance violations associated with these payments.

Trump has insisted that he did nothing wrong. In a “Fox & Friends” interview with Ainsely Earhardt aired that on Thursday morning, he blasted Cohen for “flipping” and claimed that “it should almost be illegal.”

According to The Wall Street Journal, the hoe, which, as Cohen was in the vicinity with the trump card, the information about Cohen and the President in the criminal probe.

Prosecutors reportedly indicated he will be charged criminally.

Vanity Fair first reported deal of immunity.

John Roberts is currently the chief White House correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network as a senior national correspondent in January 2011, based in the Atlanta office.

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