Prosecutors agreed not to prosecute AMI on campaign finance violations in exchange for help in their investigation.
As part of the agreement, AMI admitted it made a $150,000 payment "in concert with the campaign," and said that, in addition to Cohen and Pecker, "at least one other member of the campaign" was at the meeting and that the "other member" was Trump, NBC News reported.
Pecker has not been charged with any crimes and has admitted to making a $150,000 payment to former Playboy playmate Karen McDougal for her story on an alleged affair with Trump, then burying the story.
Trump has denied any alleged affairs and has denied that he directed Cohen to make another payment, this time a $130,000 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels.
Cohen, however, pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations and tax evasion charges, and he said in court that Trump directed hush money payments to Daniels.
Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison and three years of probation.