Stephen Colbert was joined by Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' lawyer, and Anthony Scaramucci, who had been White House's communications director for about a week.
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And Scaramucci did his best with quiet rumors that there was a television show in which there was Avenatti and him in the works, saying, I have found his lane, I have found my lane.
Colbert also asked Avenatti to consider the latest news about Michael Cohen and what was meant by Donald Trump.
" There is no question in my mind that he is going to be indictment, and there is no question in my mind that he has to try to flip the president, " Avenatti said. "I think Michael Cohen is very badly present, and I think the president is very badly present, because this happens when you trust your deepest secrets to moron."
Follow the comments of a monologue where Colbert did, and explaining a news report that Cohen could flip on Trump, saying: "The first sign that Cohen is about the flip is that his lawyers are not expected to work with him. go ahead, and reminder I should not hire my guest tonight, Michael Avenatti, and I heard that the last lawyer to go against him … about to catch him. "
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