[Ed. – He’s got such a way with words.]
Stormy Daniels’s lawyer predicted President Trump‘s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, would “fold like a cheap deck of cards” after the FBI raided Cohen’s office and home on Monday.
Michael Avenatti said during an interview on MSNBC that part of him “feels sorry” for Cohen, who made a $130,000 payment to Daniels weeks before the presidential election.
“Well, part of me does just because of the seriousness of this matter,” Avenatti said.
“This guy, I think, has been put in a position where he is going to be — he is going to be expected to be the fall guy, the scapegoat. I don’t think he is going to hold up,” he said.
He added that anyone who has to repeatedly tell you how “tough” he is, isn’t that tough.
“I think when push comes to shove, he is going to fold like a cheap deck of cards,” Avenatti said. “I really do. With that said, I don’t, I’m not applauding or high-fiving anybody’s offices being raided by the FBI. It’s a very, very serious matter. And I think that this is the first significant domino to fall.”