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Donald Trump's lawyer goes nuts on reporters for writing controversial story about Trump and his ex-wife

Donald Trump's lawyer goes nuts on reporters for writing controversial story about Trump and his ex-wife

BUSINESS INSIDER

Michael Cohen, a special counsel to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, threatened Daily Beast reporters before the publication ran a story Monday night about Trump and his ex-wife, Ivana.

The Daily Beast's Tim Mak and Brandy Zadrozny reported Monday night on decades-old comments from Trump's ex-wife, Ivana. She had used the word "rape" to describe an encounter between the two during a deposition in their divorce case.

The encounter was first described in the 1993 book "Lost Tycoon, The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump."

The Daily Beast reported that Ivana Trump later clarified that she didn't mean the term in a "a literal or criminal sense," but rather in an emotional sense.

First, Cohen told the reporters that Ivana had meant that she "felt raped emotionally" — which Ivana has suggested in a statement when "Lost Tycoon" was first published. Trump, too, has previously denied the allegation.

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