How To Become a Rich, Famous Ex-Attorney

By on March 4, 2019

March 4, 2019

More than 13 million viewers tuned in to see disbarred attorney Michael Cohen spill the beans on his former boss, President Donald Trump, in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. It was the most watched program on TV on February 27. Impressive as that figure was, it was eclipsed by the numbers garnered by two other attorneys who appeared on TV recently. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing in September 2018 had more than 20 million viewers, and former FBI director James Comey’s congressional testimony in June 2017 had only slightly less. Cohen was asked several times by GOP legislators if he would commit to not profiting from book or movie deals about his misadventures with The Trump brand. His answer was, “no.” Discussion of legal matters dominated the hearing – for example, Cohen told the committee that Trump had once ordered him to threaten to file lawsuits against his high school, colleges and the College Board if they released his grades or SAT scores. Trump tweeted that he was impressed by the fact that his former attorney didn’t accuse him of collusion. He called the hearing “fake.”
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