‘Cohen knows about the pee pee tape': MSNBC panel explains Trump fixer’s connection to Russia collusion
Trump lawyer Michael Cohen (IowaPolitics.com/Flickr) and President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin (Kremlin photo), composite image.

Former Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen's efforts to "flip" and turn state's evidence to testify against the president could be devastating for the commander-in-chief.

Cohen may have information about the so-called "pee pee tape" of Russian prostitutes desecrating a hotel suite bed in Russia where President Barack Obama had once stayed, the panel on MSNBC's "AM Joy" noted. The salacious details of the alleged encounter where detailed in the salacious dossier written by former British spy Christopher Steele.

"He taped him as a lawyer -- which is unthinkable of to me -- he taped his client, MSNBC legal analyst Danny Cevallos explained. "He knows everything about Trump."

Elie Mystal, the editor of "Above the Law," agreed.

"Cohen knows about the pee pee tape," Mystal suggested. "If that's real, Cohen knows about it."

"That's actually how Cohen, I generally agree that Cohen is more dangerous to Trump personally, but that's how Cohen gets wrapped up into the Russia thing," he continued.

"Who talked to who about the pee pee tape? That's kind of where Cohen shows up," he added. "If he knows something about that -- that's gross -- but it's like that's the connection back into Russia."

"We never want to see it," host Joy Reid acknowledged.