President Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, requested to provide consulting services to Ford Motor Co. in January 2017, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Now, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, has requested documents from Ford , such as emails and records that detail the companies communication and purpose for working with Cohen.
Ford declined to work with Cohen or use his services, and Muller's team wants to know why. According to a source, Muller has already interviewed, Ziad Ojakli, head of government affairs at Ford.
Ojakli only said that he declined Cohen's offer and would not provide any further details on their interaction.
It was discovered recently that Cohen allegedly was "selling access" to the president.
Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti released bombshell documents that claimed Cohen created a shell company, Essential Consultants, LLC, that paid Daniels "hush money," and received payments from a Russian oligarch in 2016.