He was interviewed behind closed doors by the House Intelligence Committee, of which Rep. Elise Stefanik is a part of, for more than eight hours.
Cohen's guilty plea past year implicated Trump in two federal crimes, alleging that then-presidential candidate directed Cohen to make the payments to keep the extramarital affair allegations silent in the days before the 2016 election.
Sater, a Russia-born business executive who has a past as an American spy tracking terrorists and members of the mob, worked with Cohen on negotiations around the construction of a Trump Tower Moscow project during the 2016 election.
Hannity claimed to have information that contradicted the testimony of former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, and at least one lawmaker said it could lead to the Fox News host appearing before Congress to explain it.
And Cohen asserted that lawyers for Trump and his family reviewed and edited his written testimony to Congress in 2017 in which he lied about the Moscow real estate deal.
President Trump was in Vietnam during Cohen's testimony to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump said, "As far as Cohen is concerned, he's convicted".
When asked about this potential evidence of Trump's involvement in campaign finance violations, Senator Graham told reporters that "I've found most people don't write checks if they think they're involved in a crime".
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He said prosecutors in NY were investigating conversations Trump or his advisers had with him after his office and hotel room were raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation last April.
Cohen described a widespread culture of lying around Trump, as he sought to explain why he stayed by the president's side for so long.
In December, Cohen pleaded guilty and received a three-year prison term in cases prosecuted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and federal authorities in NY. He was back in the White House residence on Friday morning, though, his energy laser-focused on Tucker Carlson, who offered a novel angle from which the president could attack his former attorney and fixer. Because he lied so much...and yet, he said, when it came to collusion...he said no collusion.
The weeklong gauntlet of interviews with Cohen launched what is expected to be months of investigations of Trump and those connected to him.
While it is not clear what precisely was discussed, Trump's pardon power - and how he has attempted to wield it - has been an area of interest for lawmakers and investigators exploring obstruction of justice allegations involving the president.
Hannity said that he was "kind of dragged into" the Cohen legal morass.
Cohen largely absorbed the assault without dissent, casting himself as a cautionary tale for other Trump allies.
"Donald Trump ran for office to make his brand great, not to make our country great", Cohen testified.
In reality, prosecutors said, the invoices were meant to disguise the reason Cohen was being paid $35,000 in monthly installments - he was being reimbursed for facilitating the $130,000 hush-money payment to Daniels.
"He said there was no collusion and I was a little impressed by that, frankly, he only went about 95 per cent instead of 100 per cent".