There are only two flaws with antagonistic lawyer Michael Avenatti’s argument for indicting President Trump: It has no basis in fact, and it has no basis in law.
The idea of an ‘illegitimate’ president whose real or imagined scandals render his lawful actions and appointments ‘illegitimate’ is foreign to the Constitution.
If the left succeeds in forcing Donald Trump out of office, the damage to our democratic republic cannot be overstated.
The Trump sex payoff scandal looks just like 1998, except that the two parties have traded places so everyone can look totally dishonest and hypocritical.
Rod Rosenstein personally approved a highly questionable raid on President Trump’s private attorney, particularly given new context we have regarding the Clinton campaign.
The status conference focused on the ongoing review of the seized documents. Cohen’s legal team said they had analyzed about one-third of the material, or about 1.3 million files in total.
If there were ever an application to appear in court where one does not practice that warrants denial, Michael Avenatti’s is it.
It should not surprise you for a minute that someone like Stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti does not want to be called out for his lack of success.
The unsourced document details various ‘suspicious financial transactions’ allegedly made to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen through a limited liability company.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Becket Adams discusses journalism awards, Trump’s Stormy Daniels problem, and the new season of Westworld.
I do hope alleged Donald Trump paramour Stormy Daniels is Michael Avenatti’s only client, because I find it difficult to believe he’s not neglecting his other cases and clients.
You have Donald Trump accuser Stormy Daniels on the ‘Saturday Night Live’ set, and this lame, convoluted, cold open is what the writers chose?
Former federal prosecutor and New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a simple message to Robert Mueller: Put up or shut up.
In a tweetstorm on Thursday morning, Trump acknowledged reimbursing attorney Michael Cohen for a $130,000 payment he made to Stormy Daniels, who Trump claims made ‘extortionist accusations’ against him.
If Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti truly feels he has a strong case, he would wait while it played out in court. Instead, he has bought a ticket to the circus.
Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniel’s lawyer, has become such a constant presence on television that one wonders if he’s just in it for the fame and eventual payday.
The feds may be looking into payments, perhaps as part of a pattern, Michael Cohen made to prevent the disclosure of information that could have negatively affected Trump’s campaign.
If the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s lawyer is about what we think it’s about, we could be living through a rerun of the Clinton impeachment crisis.
John F. Kennedy’s legacy as president is not defined by sordid affairs, and neither will Donald Trump’s be.
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