Senators press AT&T for detail on Cohen payments
Senators press AT&T for detail Three representatives have sent a letter to AT&T searching for more answers about the organization's "unordinary" installments to President Trump's own legal advisor as it had "critical business" pending before the organization.
In excess of twelve inquiry, Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Richard Blumenthal and Ron Wyden request points of interest on the agreement, the nature of the installments and insights about gatherings between the organization and Cohen, among different issues.
Warren and Blumenthal have additionally composed Novartis looking for answers about that organization's Cohen installments.
Senators press AT&T for detail
"We cooperated fully, providing all information requested in November and December of 2017," AT&T said in a statement. "A few weeks later, our consulting contract with Cohen expired at the end of the year. Since then, we have received no additional questions from the Special Counsel's office and consider the matter closed."
Democratic lawmakers disagree. Two key senators, Richard Blumenthal and Ed Markey, say they want the Senate Judiciary Committee to investigate the payments.
The Senators made the comments during a Wednesday press conference about net neutrality, an issue that's been a key focus of AT&T public policy advocacy.