FBI Wiretap Michael Cohen’s Phone & Illegally Listen To White House Calls

FBI wiretapped Michael Cohen's phone and illegally listened to White House calls

The FBI have illegally wiretapped Michael Cohen’s phone lines and have intercepted at least one phone call with the White House, according to an NBC report:

Federal investigators have wiretapped the phone lines of Michael Cohen, the longtime personal lawyer for President Donald Trump who is under investigation for a payment he made to an adult film star who alleged she had an affair with Trump, according to two people with knowledge of the legal proceedings involving Cohen.

It is not clear how long the wiretap has been authorized, but NBC News has learned it was in place in the weeks leading up to the raids on Cohen’s offices, hotel room, and home in early April, according to one person with direct knowledge.

At least one phone call between a phone line associated with Cohen and the White House was intercepted, the person said.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: The Feds raided Michael Cohen’s office and residence in early April at the request of Mueller with Rosenstein’s blessing.

They were looking for dirt on Stormy Daniels and seized records about the “Access Hollywood” tape.

It was also reported taped conversation between Cohen and Trump may have been seized during the raid being that Cohen had the proclivity to tape convos with his clients.

According to NBC, sources close to Giuliani say President Trump made a call to Cohen a few days after the FBI raided the lawyer’s residence and office.

It was during this phone call that Cohen reportedly told Trump not to call him anymore because he feared he was being recorded by prosecutors.