1. Roy Cohn was forced to resign but he managed to join a New York law firm and over the years represented an impressive list of high-profile clients.
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6. Roy Cohn represented Donald Trump for years and once claimed Trump considered him to be his best friend.
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10. Roy Cohn died on August 2, 1986, in Bethesda, Maryland, of complications from AIDS, at the age of 59.
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18. Roy Cohn represented and mentored Donald Trump during Trump's early business career.
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23. Roy Cohn lobbied against gay rights legislation in New York City.
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32. Roy Cohn was born in New York City in 1927, into an affluent Jewish family.
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36. Roy Cohn was once the most feared lawyer in New York City.
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40. Roy Cohn met a number of politically powerful people growing up, and he became obsessed with how deals were struck in New York City courthouses and law firm offices.
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44. In this case in 1975, Roy Cohn entered the hospital room of the dying, comatose Lewis Rosenstiel, the multi-millionaire founder of Schenley Industries, forced a pen to his hand and lifted it to the will in an attempt to make himself and Cathy Frank—Rosenstiel's granddaughter—beneficiaries.
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52. Roy Cohn played a prominent role in the 1951 espionage trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
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