Cohen has further notes of the President in his notes confiscated by the FBI, said a source with knowledge of Cohen's tapes and Giuliani, who called the other shots banal discussions.
Recording on the former Playboy model Karen McDougal was one of the finds of documents and materials confiscated earlier this year in the FBI raid on Cohen's hotel, residence and office. A transcript of the recording was reviewed by the Trump Legal team, which does not believe that it is a legal problem for the president.
McDougal has finally signed a contract with the company owns the National Enquirer, who banned her from voting before the 2016 elections to speak publicly about the alleged affair.
Giuliani said Trump has no idea that it was recorded during the McDougal discussion that took place in the Trump Tower's former candidate's office in September 2016. When informed about the record, Trump said, "I can," I believe Michael would do that to me, "said a source familiar with the tapes to CNN.
Other records exist
There are other bands of Cohen and other "mighty" individuals that the FBI confiscates the president, who may be embarrassed for the people on the tape and for Cohen, according to a source familiar with the tapes n "meaning and consequence" are.
The source familiar with the Cohen cassettes said there was nothing illegal about the discussion, but acknowledged that there could be ethical problems in taking Cohen to his own clients. The source noted that this is not the same as the Daniels affair, where there are questions about Cohen making payments on behalf of the President, possibly in violation of campaign finance laws.
Giuilani knew the tapes for several days and checked the transcripts, he told CNN.
Cohen is currently under criminal investigation in New York. He was not charged with misconduct.
In recent weeks, documents and other evidence obtained during the April searches have been passed to the government, as former federal judge, Cohen's lawyers and lawyers representing Trump and Trump's organization moved through the process of determination which of the millions of items are subject to the attorney client privilege.
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In August 2016, McDougal signed an agreement with American Media Inc., which owns The National Enquirer, Us Weekly, Men's Journal, and several other publications. She believed at the time that the contract was a working agreement that would allow her to be photographed and to write pieces that would run in company publications.
Her lawyer for these negotiations was Keith Davidson. She told CNN that she later found out that Davidson was in contact with Cohen. In a lawsuit, she accused Davidson of "working closely with Trump representatives while pretending to stand up for them." Davidson dismissed the allegations and told CNN that he had contacted Cohen as "professional courtesy" during the final stage of the 2016 campaign, to let him know that he had negotiated the deal with AMI.
McDougal argued with CNN's Anderson Cooper in March that she and Trump were "dozens of times" together, and affirmed that question when intimate.
McDougal described the alleged affair from 2006 to 2007 as a friendly, loving relationship and said she did not know that Trump could have seen other women than his wife at the time – and that during their relationship, he did not use protection.
"I did not know that he was familiar with other ladies," she said on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" back then. "I thought I was the only one."
CNN's Eli Watkins contributed to this report.