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Ivanka Trump's lawyers demanded Michael Cohen lie about her knowledge of Moscow project: 'She was not involved'

Independent Thursday, 28 March 2019
Emails reveal first daughter's attorney requested president's former fixer make misleading statements on her involvement in Russia deal
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