Cohen may not be attorney enough for attorney-client privilege
Mimi Rocah, former assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, explains to Rachel Maddow the role of a special master in determining privileged material seized under warrant, and why Michael Cohen may not have done enough lawyering to qualify as having attorney-client privilege with Donald Trump.
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