Holy Mother of Stormy Daniels, do these anti-Trumpers learn anything?
You don’t tug on Superman’s cape, Bitches. But that’s just what disgraced former attorney for Donald Trump, Michael Cohen did.
According to The Daily Mail,
Michael Cohen, the former personal lawyer of U.S. President Donald Trump, on Thursday sued the Trump Organization, accusing it of reneging on its obligation to cover legal fees and costs he incurred by working on its behalf.
In a complaint filed in a New York state court in Manhattan, Cohen said the Trump Organization refused to indemnify him after it became clear he would cooperate with investigations into his work for the organization.
Let’s all say it together: “Jussie Smollett”.
Trump owes Cohen nothing, unless a kick in Cohen’s boney ass counts for something.
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The sheister who secretly taped his client then tried to get him convicted of nothing wants money? The nerve.
Where will this all end up? Ask Stormy Daniels. Here’s how NBC reported on the outcome:
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered adult film star Stormy Daniels to pay President Donald Trump almost $300,000 in legal fees in connection with her failed defamation lawsuit against him, but he declined to award the full amount they requested or to add any sanctions beyond a token penalty of $1,000.
U.S. District Judge James Otero in October dismissed Daniels’ suit against Trump, who accused Daniels in a tweet on April 18 of having fabricated a story that a man told her to leave Trump alone and suggested that something bad could happen to her if she didn’t.
Remember the sketch of the man who Daniels said threatened her? He looked like her ex-husband!
I smell another Jussie Smollett. And the culprit in the Cohen story is Cohen and his attorneys. Because they aren’t getting a dime from Trump. Moreover, if they continue to push this “two white pro-Trump supporters beat me up”, they too will get the Daniels’ outcome.
At best, Cohen is bucking for a book deal. I certainly wouldn’t blame him for that. But he should ask Omarosa how things work out when you book is lies about Trump.
Google her and here is her last media appearance.
Book sales, dismal. And it didn’t take long. According to WaPo:
The air is running out of “Unhinged,” the tell-all memoir by former White House senior adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman.
Hardcover sales during the book’s second week fell by more than 40 percent.
“Unhinged” had a promising release on Aug. 14, largely due to loud opposition from President Trump, whose angry tweets about Manigault Newman kept his former colleague in the news for days.
As the highly critical book was being released, Trump seemed unable to resist complaining about the author publicly. He called her “Wacky and Deranged Omarosa”and said that no one in the White House liked her before she was fired. One of his infamous tweets referred to her as “that dog.”
Omarosa lies on the dump heap of history, truly a junkyard dog.
And what of Michael Wolfe. WaPo reported on him in Feb of last year:
Author Michael Wolff so thoroughly enjoyed bringing the accountability to President Trump. In round after round of interviews following the early January release of his book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” the longtime New York journalist would happily expand upon the book’s themes: that aides to President Trump unanimously agreed that he was unfit for the office; that Trump and his top aides never expected to win; that the White House was riven by a paralyzing factionalism.
Now the accountability is descending on Wolff himself, and he is crumbling in theatrical fashion. “I can’t hear you,” said Wolff in a recent interview with the Australian news program “Today” under questioning from host Ben Fordham. What Wolff allegedly couldn’t hear was a question from Fordham about Wolff’s allegation — floated during a January book-promotion appearance on HBO’s “Real Time” with Bill Maher.
Only a couple of weeks earlier, Wolff appeared on all major networks who were all too happy to pre-pimp his pack of lies.
So if a book deal is what Cohen seeks, I suggest he make up with the president, so the book has legs for the long haul.