An FBI raid on the offices of President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, set off a firestorm of criticism this week.
Agents seized communications between Trump and Cohen in the raid, which is highly unusual. Police and prosecutors are almost always prohibited from accessing communications between an attorney and his client.
The exception is when discussions are part of a plan to knowingly and willfully break the law, and that has those targeting Trump claiming the raid is evidence Trump broke the law.
But is it?
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