Trump’s lawyer pwn3d by CNN host

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Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen, who is a real piece of work, was just on CNN with political correspondent Brianna Keilar.

Keilar noted that Trump’s campaign wasn’t doing very well of late, and Cohen took exception.

The rest is television history.

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23 Responses to “Trump’s lawyer pwn3d by CNN host”

  1. Veratus Maximus says:

    Michael Cohen must have jerks for clients.

  2. CheesesTakeTheWheel says:

    Why does no one seem concerned about who gets the current Gary Johnson vote? 2012 Obama was polling between 47 and 50. Democrats seem to be celebrating Clinton’s victory at 45. Correct me if I’m wrong but that means there is some chance of 55 points against her and for Trump come November.

  3. Zorba says:

    Or….maybe not. You go first. :-D

  4. Phil in FLL says:

    Get on the Trump train!

  5. Nelson Kerr says:

    “All of them” was a precise and accurate answer,

  6. Demosthenes says:

    It’s no surprise the lawyer for the Vulgar Talking Yam™ is clueless on the trajectory of the campaign. In a fit of masochism I dived into the sewer known as Breitbart, and read not only a few articles but looked at some comments. Basically these demented fools think the Donald is winning. Now that the Trump Campaign has merged with alt right media site Breitbart, the feckless followers of the Donald will have no clue what likely awaits their hero in November, just like Michael Cohen.

    Break out the popcorn.

  7. Oh god I’d never seen this!

  8. Badgerite says:

    Nice turn of phrase. The Batshit Crazy Tornado of Electoral Doom.

  9. Badgerite says:

    OOOH Many thumbs up. Excellent and concise.

  10. Badgerite says:

    Nothing good. He has to be smarter than everybody else in the room. His narcissism and ego can’t handle anything else. And he isn’t that smart.
    So…….

  11. LADY MABELINE says:

    Such fun

  12. Dear Mike and friends,
    Get cash up front.
    You’ve been told.

    Cousin Beauzoux

  13. DoverBill says:

    I’m gonna posit that this will probably be the fastest career we will never see again?

    Dear Zeus, how embarrassing it be to be the laughing stock of the Internets for an entire news cycle?

  14. woodroad34 says:

    I wish she had been more specific rather than “all of them” — it sounds so “Sarah Palin” and she should’ve known anyone associated with Drumpf was going to be that amount of belligerent. Although, you could see how pissed she was–you know she just wanted to say, “Do you read; aren’t you aware?–no wonder you’re losing”.

  15. keirmeister says:

    Let’s just assume that Trump wants to win this election (which he probably doesn’t). What does that say about his management ability when he hires these idiotic meat puppets to work on his campaign?

  16. Phil in FLL says:

    I’d prefer that the Trump delusion continues to the bitter end than have Mike Pence take over as the presidential candidate and help win a few extra Republican seats in the House and Senate races. While Pence is a vicious right winger, he is not the batshit crazy tornado of electoral doom that Trump is. Let those Republican congressional candidates get on the Trump train and stay there until… (I admit that I borrowed your animated gif, Becca):

  17. Sally says:

    I want a total news blackout of Trump and every blasted one of his creepy surrogates until we see his tax returns.

  18. BeccaM says:

    The best part of the exchange:

    BK: You say it’s not a shakeup, but you guys are down.

    MC: Says who?

    BK: Polls. Most of them. All of them.

    MC: Says who?

    BK: Polls. I just told you. I answered your question.

    MC: OK. Which polls?

    BK: All of them.

    MC: OK.

    Y’know, I think it’s terrific for Trump and his staffers to keep on denying the objective reality that his campaign is imploding. They should keep it up for as long as it takes for reality itself to bend to their will. Or November, whichever comes first.

    Seems John Oliver’s transitive theory of GOP politics is their operating strategy after all:
    – Feelings are the same as facts
    – Politicians can create feelings
    – Therefore, politicians can create facts

    May the delusions continue.

  19. Nerdfanfave says:

    Isn’t Cohen that jerk who claimed that a man can’t rape his wife, in response to the Trump/Ivana rape story?

    He looks like the perfect Mafia type that we see in the mob movies.

  20. gratuitous says:

    Man, doesn’t Cohen look happy to be sitting there trying to defend Trump, does he? Looks like he took a big ol’ bite out of a green persimmon and has to swallow it down and chomp again.

    Free advice for Mr. Cohen: Get a retainer up front. A big one. Don’t depend on Trump to be paying any of your bills, unless you like working for free.

  21. Phil in FLL says:

    You would think so, wouldn’t you? No matter how naturally stupid the Trumpers are, the over-the-top mouthiness of their inane behavior points to some special kind of stupidity enhancing steroid.

  22. UncleBucky says:

    Are these Trumppeters on some drug that enhances their stupidity?

  23. S1AMER says:

    That’s how it’s done, folks!

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