The dossier, compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele, alleges collusion between the Russian government and Trump's 2016 campaign and includes uncorroborated details about the president's private life.
In a tweet fired off late Tuesday, Cohen proclaimed that "enough is enough" and that he just "filed a defamation action against" BuzzFeed for publishing the "lie filled document" on Trump and himself.
"One large portion of the dossier is crystal-clear, certain, consistent and corroborated", a C.I.A. veteran, John Sipher, wrote recently.
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Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, has reportedly filed a defamation suit against BuzzFeed for publishing the unsubstantiated collection of memos known as the Trump-Russia dossier previous year.
In the lawsuit, Cohen claimed that BuzzFeed's decision to publish the unedited documents, which featured claims against him, harmed his reputation both personally and professionally.
While allegations spelled out in the dossier have not been verified, they have also yet to be invalidated, Berenzweig pointed out, which could complicate the legal process for Cohen. "Its interest to the public is obvious", BuzzFeed spokesman Matt Mittenthal said via Twitter. "This is not the first time Trump's personal lawyer has attacked the free press, and we look forward to defending our First Amendment rights in court". Any misstep might give his supporters more ammunition to label news outlets as biased.
CNN mentioned the existence of a possibly sketchy Russian dossier but stopped short of publishing the contents.
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In his op-ed, Smith asserted that the dossier provided critical context for the American public to understand the actions of the various political players in the metastasizing investigation of Trump and his campaign's ties to Russian Federation. The publisher went ahead and released it four days early.
"Without the dossier, Americans would have found it hard to understand the actions of their elected representatives and government officials", Smith wrote.
He said that he and Trump "don't talk about" the Russian Federation investigations. I haven't had a single person approach me to say, "I wish I hadn't read the dossier, and wish I had less insight into the forces at play in America". The company and Smith are defendants in another high-stakes lawsuit in Florida, where a Russian tech company leader says the news organization defamed him and his companies by linking them to the hack of the Democratic National Committee.
"The Supreme Court has made it clear that when it comes to media-related publications on public figures, they are generally immune from defamation lawsuits unless they actually acted with malice".
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In his ruling, Judge Richard Leon wrote about Fusion's Russian Federation work - including compiling the dossier while it was working to undermine the Magnitsky Act, a sanctions law Moscow vehemently opposes.