Cohen arranged the Daniels payment in the final weeks of the presidential campaign.
In his interview, Lemon asked Cohen if he was anxious in light of the raid. He is maintaining his innocence.
Cohen has admitted making a $130,000 payment to Daniels days before the election.
McDougal has said she carried on an affair with Trump in 2006 after the birth of his son.
Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, also tweeted that he and his client will be cooperating fully. "There are several possible crimes that might have been committed by the circumstances of the hush money, but these are appropriately investigated by a US attorney, not by special counsel appointed to investigate Russian interference in the election".
Cohen has denied any wrongdoing. The exact reason for the raid was unclear, but reports Monday indicated that the matter was referred to the FBI by Robert Mueller, the special counsel leading the Russian Federation investigation.
As you might guess, Team Trump is trying like hell to keep the head honcho from canning Rosenstein and essentially throw the rest of his presidency into the flames of conspiracy.
In response, Trump called the raid "an attack on our country" and "a disgrace". Many in the president's orbit think Rosenstein's position is now the most endangered if the president decides to take action to try to halt the probe, according to people familiar with the situation. As none other than George Conway - a lawyer and husband to Trump aide Kellyanne Conway - pointed out, the legal concept is null and void if the attorney himself is the subject of an investigation. "He should be allowed to finish the job he was assigned".
Mueller's office and the US attorney's office did not comment on Monday's raid.
Trump has denied any collusion by his campaign. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the US attorney's office also had no comment. "This is a pure and simple witch hunt". Of course, it's possible that Cohen is an honorable but misunderstood attorney who has done nothing wrong, nor has his client.
An attorney for Michael Cohen filed court papers in Los Angeles late Monday asking to dismiss Stormy Daniels' claim as a frivolous lawsuit.
Cohen, 51, attended Cooley's Lansing campus, according to a spokesman for the law school, which is now affiliated with Western Michigan University. McDougal has said she had a longer affair with him.
He also argues she hasn't suffered any damages and that his statements were an opinion and "rhetorical hyperbole" under the law.
Cohen was an early supporter of Trump's presidential ambitions, creating the 2011 committee called "Should Trump Run?" and flying to the first-caucus state of Iowa to explore the possibility.
Communications between clients and their lawyers are often beyond the reach of law enforcement based on attorney-client privilege, derived from the US Constitution.
His anger continued through Tuesday morning, when he apparently referred to the special counsel investigation as a "total witch hunt".
Cohen has previously said he paid $130,000 to Stormy Daniels, who has alleged a sexual encounter with Trump.
"They broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys, a good man, and it's a disgraceful situation", Trump told reporters before a meeting with military leaders to discuss chemical weapons in Syria.
"I have been advised by federal prosecutors that the NY action is, in part, a referral by the Office of Special Counsel, Robert Mueller", Ryan said in the statement.
President Donald Trump considered firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller in December 2017 after the publication of news stories that turned out to be inaccurate. Rod Rosenstein, the veteran Republican prosecutor handpicked by President Donald Trump to serve as deputy attorney general, personally signed off on the April 10, 2018, Federal Bureau of Investigation decision to raid the office of Cohen, three government officials said.
It wasn't just on Twitter where Trump railed against the raid.
Khosrowshahi said in an interview that Jump was "a ideal fit" for Uber's expanding portfolio beyond its core ride-hailing service. An integrated U-bar also enables riders to lock the bike to light poles, trees, benches, or traditional bike racks.
Nebenzia said: "Great Britain refuses to cooperate with us on the pretext that the victim does not cooperate with the criminal". Security Council meeting in NY on Thursday , during which Russian Federation warned Britain that it was "playing with fire".
Reverse repo was kept unchanged at 5.75 percent and Statutory liquidity ratio (SLR), which stand at 19.5 percent, kept unchanged. Investors, however, are in a wait-and-watch mode ahead of the RBI's first bi-monthly policy meet for FY19, they added.
Last year, a similar case of slitting of throat by the militants surfaced in Hajin. "The inhuman way in which the youth was done to death is against the social ethos and cultural value system of the State", said Ms.
If current gains for S&P 500 hold, it would be the best three-day run since Trump's election victory in November 2016. JPMorgan Chase gained $1.79, or 1.6 percent, to $112.22 and Citigroup added $1.16, or 1.7 percent, to $70.47.
China's ambassador to the U.S., Cui Tiankai, also said his first choice would be to consult the U.S. over trade. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude CLc1 futures fell 14 cents to settle at $63.37 a barrel, off 0.22 percent.
German news agency dpa reported that police confirmed arrests in connection with the half-marathon but gave no further details. Meanwhile, investigators are still trying to establish the motive for the ramming.
But WWE announcing Monday that Lesnar re-signed with the company certainly quelled any talks about his departure at least for now. Back at WrestleMania 31, Reigns had his singles match with Lesnar interrupted by Seth Rollins and a Money in the Bank briefcase.
The relief is temporary for the actor as the Bishnoi community, who registered the case earlier are unhappy with the bail verdict. Khan applied for bail after the lower court Thursday ruled him guilty under wildlife protection laws and ordered the jail term.
Syria actions demand worldwide response
Ms Haley has called for a vote on Tuesday on a draft resolution to set up a new inquiry into the use of chemical weapons in Syria. The new proposed United Nations resolution includes rival Russian and Western proposals for a new body to assess blame.
Japan sack their manager ahead of the 2018 World Cup
The Japanese qualified for the finals for the first time in 1998 and have been present at the World Cup ever since. Japan faces a tough group, with opening matches against Colombia and Senegal before it faces off against Poland.
Russia's Rusal plunges on United States sanctions
The measures affect the seven oligarchs, 12 companies they own or control, as well as 17 senior Russian government officials. The action targeted Russian oligarchs whose companies have wide-ranging involvement in global capital markets.
Turnout high in Hungary as Orban fights to retain power
Some 8 million voters cast their votes in more than 10,000 polling stations from 6 am (0400 GMT) local time until 7 pm (1700 GMT). The strongest opposition party is the formerly far-right Jobbik, which has recast its image as a more moderate nationalist force.
Saudi Arabia grants US firm first licence to operate cinemas
Having emerged victorious and won the first license, AMC will open its first theater in Riyadh in two weeks time on April 18. The first film the cinema will screen will be hit Marvel superhero flick Black Panther , a source added to Reuters .