‘Your career is dead’: The internet mocks Trump’s frenzied tweets after FBI raids attorney Michael Cohen
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After spending Monday nursing a ragegasm, President Donald Trump began Tuesday with a Tweetstorm sounding off and playing the victim.

The internet was quick to respond to the president's tweets with their own fact-checks as well as morning mockery.

NBC executive producer Christina Ginn sent Trump an explainer about what attorney-client privilege is and the limitations of the rule that allows for a "crime-fraud exception."

"Because of the potential damage to legitimate attorney-client relationships caused by these mass seizures of records, U.S. Attorneys are trained to explore alternatives to these warrants when evidence is sought from a practicing attorney," the primer explained. "One alternative would be a subpoena, which allows the attorney to search for and produce the documents. The fact that the FBI opted for a raid without notice suggests prosecutors believed less-intrusive measures might result in the destruction of evidence."

MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski noted that such privilege is "dead" once evidence has been found of a crime.

Bloomberg View executive editor and Trump biographer Tim O'Brien noted that typically when Trump is tweeting with all capital letters it means he's concerned.

You can read the rest of the tweets below:

And from the "nice Donald Trump" parody account: