'Hell hath no fury like a fixer scorned': Internet unloads on Cohen for refusing to pledge loyalty to Trump
Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen. (Image via Bryan R. Smith/AFP.)

In a stunning Monday morning interview with Good Morning America, Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen said he puts "family and country" first — a far cry from a previous claim by the president's fixer that he'd take a bullet for him.

Immediately, speculation began to stir that Trump's heavily-scrutinized personal lawyer may have already flipped on the president.

"Is Michael Cohen singing a new tune on cooperating with feds?" CNN's Jeff Zeleny mused after the George Stephanopoulos interview aired.

National security lawyer Bradley P. Moss, meanwhile, noted the most important aspects of the Cohen interview, including that he will no longer be sharing documents with the president's legal team.

"Tick tock," the lawyer wrote.

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