The developer of the Bellefonte nuclear plant in Jackson County, reportedly wanted to make a deal with Michael Cohen, the President's former attorney who is now under federal investigation. According to the Wall Street Journal, Franklin Haney offered Cohen ten million dollars to secure a five billion dollar federal loan for the nuclear plant project. The Wall Street Journal's report says- Haney gave the contract to Cohen in early April to secure the funding.The Wall Street Journal couldnt determine if haney paid Cohen anything.
The Bellefonte deal is still not finalized.
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