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President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen exits a hotel in brand new York City, April 11, 2018.
The Miami section of the roadshow occurred April 4. Foreign Policy reported in which one person who was at the forum in Miami said in which Cohen had “sat in one roundtable discussion” at the event.
A spokesman for the Qatari embassy said in which Cohen had asked for the meeting with Al Thani, yet could not confirm the meeting happened.
“The State of Qatar has never been a client of Mr. Cohen,” the spokesman told Foreign Policy.
CNBC has requested comment via Qatar’s embassy, as well as via Stephen Ryan, a lawyer for Cohen.
Qatar’s leader, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, met with Trump inside Oval Office at the tail end of the roadshow, on April 10.
Just a day earlier, on April 9, FBI agents, armed with search warrants, raided the brand new York City home as well as office of Cohen, as well as a hotel room where he as well as his family had been staying while their apartment was being renovated.
The agents, acting on behalf of federal prosecutors in Manhattan, seized documents as well as electronic files, as well as cells phones as well as some other electronic devices. Prosecutors are investigating Cohen for possible crimes related to his business dealings.