'Somebody isn't telling the truth': CNN's Chris Cuomo corners Trump flack over Stormy Daniels lies
CNN's Chris Cuomo interviews Trump flack Michael Caputo (Screen cap).

CNN's Chris Cuomo nailed Trump campaign flack Michael Caputo on Thursday after he offered a flailing defense of Trump attorney Michael Cohen paying $135,000 to adult film star Stormy Daniels.

Cuomo began his interview with Caputo by noting that the Trump White House has changed its story multiple times about the Stormy Daniels payment.

"Somebody isn't telling the truth to the American people about this Stormy Daniels deal and how it went down -- fair statement?" he asked Caputo.

"I don't know that," Caputo replied. "I guess this is becoming a pretty sticky wicket. I haven't talked about pornography so much since my buddy's bachelor party."

"But Michael," Cuomo shot back. "Somebody ain't telling the truth, my brother. These stories cannot simultaneously be true... you can't say that it rings true."

"Well, I didn't say that it rings true," Caputo replied.

"You said you didn't know if anybody wasn't telling the truth!" Cuomo shot back. "Come on!"

Caputo acknowledged that the Trump White House had a problem with "mixed messages" and said that "some of those chickens are coming home to roost" now.

Later in the interview, Caputo all but begged President Donald Trump to not do an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller's team by saying it was "fraught with peril."

"It's fraught with peril because there's an expectation that the president of the United States won't tell the truth!" Cuomo shot back.

Watch the interview below.