Michael Cohen taunts Trump: Stop lying and apologize to women for your ‘dirty deeds’
Composite image, President Donald Trump and his former lawyer, Michael Cohen (screengrabs)

President Donald Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen celebrated International Women's Day by taunting his former boss on Twitter, telling the president to apologize to his mistresses for lying about them.

Cohen's comment was in response to Trump's latest assault on his former lawyer, in which he called Cohen a "fraudster" who "directly asked" for a pardon.

"Just another set of lies by @POTUS," Cohen wrote.

"Mr. President...let me remind you that today is #InternationalWomensDay," he added. "You may want use today to apologize for your own #lies and #DirtyDeeds to women like Karen McDougal and Stephanie Clifford."