The Treasury Department's top watchdog said the agency didn't zap Michael Cohen's sensitive financial recordsGet the Full StoryBrendan McDermid Reuters
A Treasury Department inspector general report claimed that leaked sensitive financial records related to Michael Cohen's business dealings were handled properly by the agency.
The inspector general is still looking into how exactly some of President Donald Trump's former lawyer's records, known as Suspicious Activity Reports, were disclosed.
The documents were first disclosed by Michael Avenatti, the attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, in May.
A Treasury Department inspector general report claimed that leaked sensitive financial records related to President Donald Trump's former longtime lawyer's business dealings were handled properly by the agency, ABC News reported.
But the inspector general is still looking into how some of Michael Cohen's records, known as Suspicious Activity Reports, were disclosed.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: North Korean defector: Kim Jong Un 'is a terrorist'See Also:A playboy model just sued a Republican fundraiser over the 1.6 million hush-money deal that Michael Cohen helped facilitatePeople are wondering what's going on with Rudy Giuliani since he went 'awfully quiet' for a couple of weeksMichael Cohen just hired one of Bill Clinton's most notable lawyers to represent himSEE ALSO: Legal experts are confounded by Michael Cohen's revamped strategy
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