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Sean Hannity responded to recent developments that he had been named as Trump attorney Michael Cohen's third "client."

Judge Kimba Wood, a federal judge in Lower Manhattan, N.Y., ordered Cohen's attorneys to name the third person whom Cohen had listed as a client - besides President Trump and a former GOP finance chairman.

Stephen Ryan testified that Hannity was Cohen's third client.

Hannity responded to the ensuing media reportage, telling his audience that Cohen never represented him in any legal matter and that he never "retained [Cohen's] services."

He said he has asked Cohen for "input and perspective" in matters mostly relating to real estate, in which the attorney is well-versed.

Hannity said the conversations "never rose to any level that I needed to tell anyone that I was asking him questions."

He said he has no personal interest in the Cohen matter.

Hannity said the media should instead focus on the "forgotten men and women" of America, the economy and national security.


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