CNN: There's a 'Very High' Likelihood That Laws Were Broken in the Stormy Daniels Fiasco


Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's admission Thursday night that President Donald Trump reimbursed attorney Michael Cohen for a $130,000 payment to porn star Stormy Daniels exploded the White House's narrative on what Trump knew and when he knew it.

It also raised questions about whether Cohen, Trump or anyone else in the campaign orbit broke federal election laws governing contributions and expenditures.


To shed light on that -- and to guide me through the dense thicket that is campaign finance law -- I reached out to Larry Noble, the senior director and general counsel at the Campaign Legal Center and a CNN contributor.


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