READ THE DOCS: Cohen admits lying to Congress about Trump-Russia hotel deal

The former personal lawyer to President Donald Trump admitted in a federal court in New York on Monday that he lied to both the House and Senate Intelligence Committees about efforts to secure a Trump Tower deal in Moscow, as Michael Cohen acknowledged those discussions continued through at least August of 2017, and had not stopped early on in the President's 2016 campaign.

Here are some of the highlights from the court documents released today by the Special Counsel:

The details of the Cohen guilty plea can be found here.

The details of his plea agreement is available here.

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