Comedian Tom Arnold posted a photo with President Trump’s former lawyer Michel Cohen, and it created mass speculation about the intimate details Cohen might be spilling about President Trump.
The photo was taken at the Lowes Regency Hotel in Manhattan after the two finished talking about a possible collaboration on a new Vice Media show called “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes.”
“We’ve been on the other side of the table and now we’re on the same side,” Arnold said during an interview with NBC on Friday. “It’s on! I hope he (Trump) sees the picture of me and Michael Cohen and it haunts his dreams.”
During a bizarre interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow, Arnold refused to answer when asked if Cohen said he was “cooperating with authorities should charges be brought?”
Instead of giving her a “yes or no” answer, Arnold remained silent for 22 painful seconds. During the weird exchange, Arnold stared into the camera and made odd looks towards Harlow.
Harlow asked again if Cohen revealed any new revelations about President Trump. “Did he tell you?” she asked.
After finally breaking his silence, Arnold claimed he would not reveal what he learned after his weekend weekend with Cohen.
Tom Arnold, after bluntly warning Trump about what Michael Cohen has on the president, refuses to say to @PoppyHarlowCNN on @outfrontcnn whether Cohen is cooperating with the feds. He says he’s spending the weekend with Cohen. https://t.co/LVx4Xr3afo
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) June 22, 2018
John Oliver explains how the Ukraine scandal so stupid even Fox News ‘idiot’ Steve Doocy should understand it
"Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver closed out his season with a special report for Fox News hosts who seem to be struggling with the basic understanding of things like "bribery" or the concept that attempted crimes are still actually crimes.
At the top of Sunday's show, Oliver played a clip of Fox News host Laura Ingraham who made the argument that if Trump tried to commit a crime and didn't manage to pull it off, then he's clearly innocent.
"Attempted bribery isn't in the constitution," proclaimed Ingraham, forgetting about what "high crimes and misdemeanors" covers. "Remember, Ukraine got its aid, it was 14 days delayed, big deal. And Ukraine never made any public statement about the investigation."
This is the energy executive who first exposed Trump’s Ukraine scandal: report
CNN host Chris Cuomo did a special investigative report by Drew Griffin looking at the money trail from Russia to President Donald Trump's Ukraine scandal.
"You probably don’t know Dale Perry, but history may record this energy executive as one of the first who sounded the alarm about what would become President Trump’s impeachment inquiry," said Griffin. "In April, Perry’s former business partner Andrew Favorov, now a director at Ukraine's state-owned gas company Naftogaz, says two shady characters had approached him, with a secret management plan to take over the management from the inside. Those two shady characters Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, are two low-level, Soviet-born businessmen from south Florida. And they were trying to clear the way for their own gas business."
‘A slam-dunk-case’: MSNBC analysts predict GOP will defend Trump — and ‘the guy is going to get off’
More evidence was outed Sunday as the Wall Street Journal revealed emails from EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland, who promised to keep the White House abreast of President Donald Trump's demand for an investigation by Ukraine. The news prompted an MSNBC panelists to explain that it wouldn't matter how much evidence was presented, Republicans will never vote to remove Trump.
Host Geoff Bennett asked about the witness testimony and preponderance of evidence that "all points in one direction at this point, that President Trump orchestrated this entire" Ukraine investigations.
"It's a slam dunk case, and yet we know the guy is going to get off," said Los Angels Times White House reporter Eli Stokols. "That's effectively what you're saying. Because all the testimony has lined up so closely, the fact that [EU Ambassador Gordon] Sondland has come to come in, and because testimony from [Ambassador Bill] Taylor and others, has had to change testimony, Republicans have no choice -- the president has no choice but to try to dismiss the entire thing as partisan."