Documents show Ajit Pai met with AT&T execs right after the company started paying Michael Cohen

AT&T apologized for for its “serious misjudgment” in hiring President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen to provide “insights” into how the new administration would handle issues like net neutrality and AT&T’s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable. Although Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai denied hearing from Cohen, new scheduling documents obtained through FOIA by corruption watchdog American Oversight show Chairman Pai met with with top AT&T executives at a private dinner in Barcelona a month after the company began paying Cohen. One of the top AT&T representatives present at this meeting was Bob Quinn, who hired Cohen and has since stepped down over the controversy.


Documents show Ajit Pai met with AT&T execs right after the company started paying Michael Cohen