“At the moment, no one,” Cohen responded.
Cohen said he would pay him back when he starts earning income, likely after his three-year prison sentence is up.
“That’s a first,” Mr. Jordan said. “I’ve never known a lawyer to wait three years to get paid.”
Once Trump’s loyal attorney and fixer, Cohen has turned on his former boss and cooperated with special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. He begins his three-year prison sentence in May after he pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2017 and committing campaign finance violations while he was working for Mr. Trump.
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