The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Sean)

Today in 5 Lines

  • During a court hearing in Manhattan, Fox News host Sean Hannity was revealed as a client of President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. Cohen’s attorneys are seeking a temporary restraining order to stop the government from reviewing documents seized in last week’s FBI raids on Cohen’s home, office, and hotel room.

  • President Trump reportedly halted a preliminary plan to impose additional sanctions on Russia, backpedaling an announcement from UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.

  • The Government Accountability Office concluded that the Environmental Protection Agency violated federal law when it spent more than $43,000 to install a private phone booth in Administrator Scott Pruitt’s office.

  • Seven prison inmates were killed during fights that broke out overnight at Lee Correctional Institution in Lee County, South Carolina.

  • Desiree Linden won the Boston Marathon, the first American woman to do so since 1985.

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