"As a privilege holder, he has an acute interest in these proceedings and in the manner that these materials are reviewed", the attorney, Joanna Hendon said at the federal court in Manhattan. Her attorney said she could be in court Monday because she believes some of the seized documents may be related to her case.
Trump has said he did not know about the payment.
It is unclear whether the FBI raid connects directly to Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.
The government's motion also reveals that prosecutors examined a safe-deposit box used by Cohen - carrying out the searches in part because they feared evidence might be destroyed if they had simply served him with a subpoena. Municipal records show Cohen and his wife have 32 taxi medallions in New York City and at least 22 in Chicago.
Cohen's attorneys have filed a temporary restraining order in the matter, asking the court to stop federal prosecutors from using some of the records they seized.
Wood adjourned the hearing until Monday to give lawyers for Trump an opportunity to weigh in on the issue.
Cohen's lawyers, for their part, have asked to review the material for themselves, a proposal which the Manhattan prosecutors are fighting. "They describe the documents as thousands, if not millions, of pages of documents subject to the attorney-client privilege, including audio recordings". "Beyond that, I don't have anything else to add", Sanders said. In the end, his exposure raised more questions than it answered, and made Zuck and the company a more publicly visible concern.
Much of Friday's hearing focused on arguments from the media that hearings on the dispute should not be heard in secret. Daniels opposes the request; her response to Friday evening's request is due by 6 p.m. PT Monday.
Photo Members of the media approached President Trump's personal attorney, Michael D. Cohen, in NY on Thursday.
Cohen has denied wrongdoing.
Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti disputed to "60 Minutes" that Cohen acted on a purely personal basis.
The raids enraged Trump, who called them an "attack on the country".
Those confidentiality rules can be set aside under certain circumstances if investigators have evidence that a crime has been committed. "There's been no finding of wrong doing against Michael Cohen either", said White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary.