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In echoes of Watergate, Trump's ex-lawyer is expected to tell all to House committee

WASHINGTON – After more than a decade as the keeper of Donald Trump's secrets, Michael Cohen has been spilling the beans about the president's private business deals, foreign interests and alleged mistresses to federal prosecutors in Washington and New York.

But apart from brief comments in the courtroom where he pleaded guilty to several crimes and received a three-year prison sentence, the president's former lawyer and fixer has not spoken publicly about what he now calls Trump's "dirty deeds."

That is likely to change Wednesday when Cohen testifies before the House Oversight Committee in

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