A.J. Chavar is an award winning cinematographer, photographer, multimedia journalist and producer in New York City, available for work wherever needed. A.J. is Creative Strategist for The New York Times R&D lab, exploring and explaining...
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Trump’s former personal lawyer pleaded guilty to two counts of campaign finance violations related to hush money he paid to women accusing the president of extramarital affairs.
Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer and fixer for Donald Trump, has admitted that he violated campaign finance laws when he paid $130,000 to adult film actress Stormy Daniel in the weeks before the 2016 elections.
Now that Cohen pleaded guilty on eight federal charges, including two campaign finance violations, the biggest unanswered question is whether the president will also be held accountable.