sneelock wrote:I know Stormy Daniel's lawyer is a major Showboat but still...
Don't overlook the fact that, for now, the venue here is the court of public opinion, in 2018. I guess you have to fight fire with fire. How can you begrudge him his theatrics in the age of Instagram and Twitter?
So now that the smoke has cleared (LOL), Cohen isn't likely to be charged for influence peddling, because the definition of the word "lobbying" got narrowed in some U.S. Supreme Court case that Baron probably knows about. But Avenatti hints that there's worse to come, and that it's going to come out incrementally.
I have to say I'm enjoying the cat-and-mouse game he's playing, suggesting he can take down the prez with info he's doling out piecemeal, challenging his adversaries to confess and surrender. He's really swinging for the fences.