Michael Cohen says Trump’s lawyer lied in court — and he has receipts
Michael Cohen testifying under oath before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Screengrab).

Longtime Trump fixer Michael Cohen called out former President Donald Trump's attorney after a court hearing in New York on Friday.

Justice Arthur Engoron expressed surprise at the hearing that Trump claimed he does not have any documents falling under a subpoena issued by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

"He's famous for post-its," Reuters reported the judge said. "When he wants something done, he puts a post-it on something. I don't think we've received any post-its."

Reuters reported that "Trump Organization general counsel Alan Garten testified as part of the attorney general's probe that Trump used post-it notes to communicate with employees, court records show."

But Trump lawyer Alina Habba denied there were any post-its.

The judge ruled against Trump, continuing $10,000/day fines until he complies with the subpoena.

Cohen posted a photo of one-such Trump post-it note.

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