Michael Cohen hires Trump critic and ex-Clinton lawyer Lanny Davis

Michael Cohen hires Trump critic and ex-Clinton lawyer Lanny Davis

Michael Cohen hires Trump critic and ex-Clinton lawyer Lanny Davis

Cohen tweeted a teaser video, which included footage from one of Trump's unpublished video rants where he specifically spoke about Sacha Baron Cohen needing to get punched in the face and that he needs to go back to school.

There are clues to what the series would be about in Baron Cohen's video, titled "a message from your President Donald Trump on Independence Day", that included a clip of Trump dissing the comedian, saying he should "go to school" to "learn about being amusing".

Lanny Davis, who served as special counsel to President Bill Clinton amid his impeachment proceedings and supported Hillary Clinton's run for the presidency, told New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman that he is representing Cohen.

Baron Cohen first upset Trump in 2003, when he interviewed The Apprentice frontman in character as Ali G, pitching him an idea about a glove to eat ice-cream. On the fourth of July, Cohen took to Twitter to troll President Donald Trump.

The actor and comedian posted a video on his Twitter Wednesday that promised, "He's back as you've never seen him before". It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired immediately.


Sacha Baron Cohen might be the most successful troll of all time.

Who knows what it all means but, for the record, Baron Cohen did go to school to learn about being amusing. You don't know shit. "Soon", followed by the Trump University logo.

He asked Trump if he would be interested in investing in a business idea - gloves created to catch dripping ice cream. "But actually he was there for about seven minutes".

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's outside counsel, told Business Insider that he made "nothing" of Cohen's latest move to hire Davis, as well as his past couple weeks of maneuvering. In 2016 for his film The Brothers Grimsby, he wrote a joke about Trump contracting HIV.

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