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Michael Cohen's family was doxxed after Trump was convicted of 34 felony counts related to hush money, according to Cohen, a key witness.

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Michael Cohen says family doxxed following Trump hush money conviction

Michael Cohen, a key witness in former President Trump’s hush money trial, said his family was doxxed after Trump was convicted of all 34 felony counts in the case. Cohen implicated Trump in the case by connecting him to fraudulent business records during his trial testimony.

Doxxing is the act of searching for and publishing private or identifying information of an individual.

The person who shared Cohen’s personal details online likely aimed to harm him by associating him with negative remarks and revealing his family’s information.

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