[Ed. – Whatever Gaetz is doing, he does appear to be pushing the bounds of procedural seemliness. I doubt that this actually qualifies as “witness tampering” — at this point, after the tweet, Gaetz obviously has nothing undisclosed to hold over Cohen — but it does look sophomoric and unhelpful. The tweet has been deleted since the original posting; what remains is screen-capped below.]
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Tuesday tweeted Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, in what some are calling a “threat” just 18 hours before Cohen is scheduled to testify before Congress.
During a press conference, reporters asked Gaetz various questions. The biggest question the media has: is Gaetz privy to information the general public doesn’t know?
Gaetz’s response was simple: “Watch tomorrow,” meaning see what Cohen says during his Congressional testimony.