On Tuesday, as President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen appeared before a federal judge to plead guilty to multiples crimes, including campaign finance violations and bank fraud, a jury found former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort guilty on eight counts. He faces decades in prison.
President Donald Trump stayed uncharacteristically quiet today, jetting off to a rally in West Virginia without tweeting about either case.
But political analysts wondered what today's poor outcomes for Cohen and Manafort mean for the president.
Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' lawyer, appeared on MSNBC and pointed out that things don't bode well for Trump.
"If you look at how swiftly this has occurred, the president has only been in office for 19, 20 months, and his entire criminal enterprise is crumbling around him," Avenatti said.
Avenatti added that charge 8 against Cohen was his client and she has been vindicated. He also said that the president has been incriminated.
"He's got a lot of explaining to do -- he's in trouble," he concluded.