According to the lawyer of the US President, throughout his 2016 Presidential campaign, Donald Trump had discussions about an initiated project for building a Trump Tower in Moscow. The Former Mayor of New York City, as well as an American politician, Rudy Giuliani told that the discussions between the US President and his then personal advocate Michael Cohen, who was leading the discussions to reach an agreement in Moscow, carried on throughout the year until October or November 2016.

The former Mayor of New York City told, “It’s our understanding that they went on throughout 2016 — there wasn’t a lot of them, but there were conversations ”.

He added, “Can’t be sure the exact dates, but the president can remember having conversations with him about it ”.

Michael Cohen, who was imprisoned for three years for diverse crucial scandal has urged guilty to mislead Congress in 2007 while he witnessed the approaches had ended in 2016 in January.  Actually, he confessed later, that he had gone on much longer, until June in 2016, while Trump had considered as the tentative nominee of the Republican party.

The latest revelation widens that deadline right up to the Presidential elections in November.

The Trump Tower project has been an issue of an investigation because Trump had refused to approach any kind of business dealings with Russia.

Since he has acknowledged that Michael Cohen followed a deal with Russia in 2016 well but has persisted there was no error with approaching business opportunities while running for office.

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