Stormy Daniel’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that he is one step closer to asking President Donald Trump questions under oath.
On Tuesday, former Trump staffers, Micahel Cohen and Pual Manafort pleaded guilty in crimes connected to bank and tax fraud.
“I’m going to have an opportunity to ask Michael Cohen and Donald Trump questions under oath,” Avenatti said. “You know, it’s one thing to lie to members of the press, but it’s an entirely different thing to lie under oath.”
He added, “I’m going to get a chance to asks some very difficult questions of Michael Cohen and Donald Trump, about what they knew when they knew it, what they did about it, and what they did to cover it up.”
He noted that telling the truth could prove to be difficult for President Trump.
“This president is a habitual liar, and he wouldn’t know the truth if it fell off a building and hit him in the head,” Avenatti said.
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Florida Republicans concoct a new scheme to make it harder for students to vote
Florida Republicans do not want to make voting easy for college students — a demographic that leans heavily Democratic.
Former GOP Secretary of State Ken Detzner, an appointee of Gov. Rick Scott, took that to the extreme in 2014, with an order banning county election officials from setting up any early voting sites on college campuses. Last year, following a lawsuit by the League of Women Voters, federal District Judge Mark Walker struck down that order as an unconstitutional burden on students' voting rights. As a result, some 60,000 people were able to vote early on 11 college campuses in Florida in 2018.
WATCH: Trump supporter arrested for smacking reporter’s phone outside Orlando rally
A Trump supporter was arrested during an altercation with a reporter and another man outside the president's Orlando campaign rally.
Video recorded by an Orlando Sentinel reporter shows a man wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat and another man outside the Amway Center, where President Donald Trump officially kicked off his 2020 campaign.
The two men appear to be arguing with one another, although the second man also appears to be angry about something that took place inside the arena, when the man wearing the Trump hat notices the reporter recording them with a phone.
The real threat to America isn’t Trump’s ‘deep state’ — it’s Trump’s corrupt state: Robert Reich
Trump has been ramping up his “Deep State” rhetoric again. He’s back to blaming a cabal of bureaucrats, FBI and CIA agents, Democrats, and “enemies of the people” in the mainstream media, for conspiring to remove him from office in order to allow the denizens of foreign shi*tholes to overrun America.
But with each passing day it’s becoming clearer that the real threat to America isn’t Trump’s Deep State. It’s Trump’s Corrupt State.
Not since Warren G. Harding’s sordid administration have as many grifters, crooks and cronies occupied high positions in Washington.