‘I don’t think his meds have kicked in’: Michael Cohen friend says Rudy Giuliani ‘is not there’
Advertising executive, television personality and author Donny Deutsch.

Television personality and longtime Michael Cohen friend Donny Deutsch suggested at pharmaceutical deficiencies could explain former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's defenses of President Donald Trump, during a Friday appearance on MSNBC's "Deadline: White House."

"It is abundantly clear -- and more clear by the hour -- that the president is far more worried about what his friend, your friend, Michael Cohen, has on him," host Nicolle Wallace observed.

"Yeah, I spoke to Michael Cohen yesterday," Deutsch noted. "I said to Michael, 'what do you make of it?' He goes, 'he doesn't know what he's talking about.' And trump basically came out today and said the same thing and Giuliani came out today and said the same thing."

"I predict Giuliani will be out in two weeks," he argued. "This is the beginning of what will be a continued circus of stupidity, and we'll watch it unfold.

Former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Frank Figliuzzi, agreed about Giuliani's job security.

"I'm with the rest of the panel, I think Giuliani, his days are numbered," Figliuzzi predicted. "He's not going to hang around very long."

"We forget what Giuliani was like during the campaign," Deutsch said. "He was unhinged."

"I don't think his meds have kicked in," he continued. "I think maybe he's changed the cocktail but it doesn't seem to be working."

"You can visually watch this guy, he's not there," Deutsch concluded.