Michael Avenatti overreacted to some news coming out of New York City’s Michael Cohen investigation. Avenatti is still clinging to the dream that a minor campaign finance violation can bring down a president.
It is one of the more gullible political stunts but his followers will eat it up and send him more money to continue his attacks on Trump.
Won’t work. Can’t work – campaign finance violations? Our laws are so crooked now that that is just a pure fantasy.
“In light of the sworn testimony and evidence relating to the payment to my client and Trump’s involvement (confirming our allegations), we are calling for the immediate indictment of the president. No one is above the law in the United States.”
In light of the sworn testimony and evidence relating to the payment to my client and Trump’s involvement (confirming our allegations), we are calling for the immediate indictment of the president. No one is above the law in the United States. https://t.co/sqmdfly6x4
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) November 9, 2018
Enter Dennis Miller who just ripped him apart in a hilarious Fox News Interview:
On who he would prefer the Democrats put up against President Trump in 2020:
“I think the Democratic candidate should be Michael Avenatti. Unless it’s Pelosi. Put Pelosi in the one slot and Avenatti in the two-hole and I think that’s your dream ticket. They currently represent the Democratic Party. I would do that right now.
Pelosi seems to have a way of rising back up to the top. My wife pointed out to me that Pelosi has staying power. Maybe it’s time to reward her with the big job. I think the Dems would very happily go into 2020 with Pelosi as the presidential nominee and Avenatti in the two slot.
It would be fitting. It’s the year of the woman. Why not Pelosi? What does it say about the Dems that they haven’t foisted her up?
On Trump’s recent tweet supporting Pelosi for House Speaker:
“What I just did was sarcasm. What he did was try to be conciliatory. You realize every morning, he wakes up and they say he’s insane. They say he is a bad man.
Even if he gets up the next day and goes way out of his way to say congrats to Nancy Pelosi… that will tell you how far gone it is, that some people are going to walk away from that statement and say, ‘That’s very hateful of him.”