On reports of drug manufacturer Novartis saying they had decided not to continue engaging with Cohen after just one meeting-even though they were in a deal with him worth over a million dollars-Oliver said "they basically paid a million dollars not to talk to Michael Cohen". Did they get inside access or was Cohen acting on his own? Unnamed sources later told CNBC that the amount could be closer to $600,000.
On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver discussed a chaotic week at the White House, from chief of staff John Kelly's comments about immigrants to Michael Cohen's mounting legal troubles.
Three Democratic senators are asking AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson for more information about the telecom giant's contract with President Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen. So, you wanna know how the Trump administration works? For what? CNN said AT&T divulged Cohen "approached" Quinn's Washington office of AT&T during the post election transition period for insights into the administration.
Though he reportedly made his millions by way of eerily savvy NY real-estate investments, a series of questionable medical companies, and the NY taxi business, Donald Trump's election may have been Michael Cohen's most lucrative venture yet.
They point out in their letter that AT&T had a "significant financial interest" in Trump administration decisions when the contract began, including its proposed merger with Time Warner, net neutrality rules, and corporate tax cuts.
Melania Trump hospitalized for 'benign' kidney condition
Jeffrey Cadeddu, a professor of urology and radiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The hospitalization comes as Melania Trump, 48, has taken a higher-profile role in the White House in recent weeks.
TRACKING: Chance of storms Mother's Day Weekend
Most of us stay dry this evening but a complex pushing through north central IL has shown heavy lightning and a hail threat. This marks the start of an unsettled pattern that will feature higher rain chances through next weekend.
Robert Jeffress: Thank God for Donald J
Jeffress, who serves on the White House's Evangelical Advisory Board, is one of Donald Trump's most prominent faith advisers . Jeffress told Starnes, "I think it's just sad that he is that bitter, I guess, over the 2012 election".