BREAKING: Sean Hannity Named As Michael Cohen’s ‘Mysterious’ Third Client

Hannah Bleau

It never ends.

Sean Hannity has been named as Michael Cohen’s “mysterious” third client.

Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen also represents Fox News host Sean Hannity, Cohen’s attorneys said Monday afternoon.

Cohen had told the court earlier he had at least 10 clients between 2017 and 2018, including the President, and the former GOP fundraiser Elliot Broidy who acknowledged paying $1.6 million to a Playboy model with whom he had an affair.

Judge Kimba Wood ordered Cohen to attend and provide information about his clients as she weighs an emergency action by Cohen’s attorneys to stop prosecutors from reviewing more than a dozen electronic devices and documents seized during a FBI raid of Cohen’s office, home and hotel room last week.

Cohen’s lawyers had publicly identified Trump and Broidy as clients, but only revealed Hannity’s name after the judge ordered them to.

Huhhhhhhh. Before you get too carried away, don’t. A lot of people are making the mistake of assuming this means he did something morally reprehensible. There’s absolutely no facts to back that up at this point.

However, this still raises many questions.

If you need me, I’ll be over here. Waiting for Hannity’s statement. There’s obviously more to this than we currently know…

UPDATE: I’m listening to Sean Hannity’s show, and he just addressed this. He said he’s known Cohen for years, and he never represented him in an official manner. He’s had “occasional discussions” with him, but that’s it. There’s nothing nefarious. He also says his questions never involved a third party. Ever. Cohen was someone he could run questions by. That’s it.