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Payments to Trump’s personal lawyer show how ‘shadow lobbying’ eludes US law

“Avenatti said the company paid Cohen almost half a million dollars” writes Jon Swaine for theguardian.com. The disclosure that Donald Trump’s legal fixer Michael Cohen was quietly paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to advise corporations highlights the inability of US laws to prevent secretive “shadow lobbying”, analysts said.
 
Source: theguardian.com



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