Phone calls between President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, and the White House are being monitored by the Federal Bureau of Investigations, according to a report .
Cohen's phones are being monitored through a log of which numbers it connects with, the report says . President Trump and Cohen have had at least one conversation since Cohen's offices were raided in connection to an alleged payment the attorney made to a porn star who says she had an affair with Trump.
The report says the phone monitoring was approved by a judge weeks prior to the April 9 raid on Cohen's house in New York City. In the raid, authorities seized files related to the alleged payment Cohen made to Stormy Daniels for $130,000.
The money was allegedly to pay her to keep quiet about the affair she says she and Trump had in 2006.
An earlier report said Cohen's phones had been wire-tapped, but that was found to be false.