So many questions.
Since setting up his practice, Michael Cohen has had only three clients - Trump (hush money for women), the RNC's Broidy (hush money for a woman), and Hannity ("New York real estate").
Presumably, Sean Hannity is very rich and could pay a real lawyer to advise him about NY real estate law. Why would he hire an inexperienced solo lawyer from the worst law school in the country
For that matter, why would hiring a lawyer to ask about NY real estate law be embarrassing? Why would Hannity insist that Cohen keep his name secret, and why would Cohen's own lawyers try so hard to get the court to allow him to do so?
Does this have anything to do with the allegations of "creepy and inappropriate behavior" by Hannity
that surfaced last year? When Hannity's fellow right-wing pundit Debbie Schlussel raised that issue, she said:
"He's not going to sue me," Schlussel, who describes herself as "to the right of Attila the Hun," told NBC News later Monday. "It wouldn't be a smart idea. It he did, it could spur other people to come forward and he wouldn't want that."
Is "New York real estate" 2018's version of "hiking the Appalachian Trail"