OnPolitics Today: Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, will plead the Fifth in Stormy Daniels case

When it comes to the Stormy Daniels case, President Trump’s lawyer plans to plead the Fifth.

Michael Cohen, the president’s longtime attorney and “fixer,” said he will assert his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination amid a lawsuit from Daniels, the adult film star who wants freedom from a hush agreement in which Cohen paid her $130,000 to not speak of an alleged affair with Trump. Info tied to that payment was seized by federal agents this month, Cohen says, so he’ll stay silent.

Also on Wednesday: Allegations surfaced that Trump’s Cabinet pick allegedly dished drugs and drove drunk, and France’s Macron slammed Trump’s nationalism before Congress.

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