Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen who’s now working with Clinton crony Lanny Davis, may have bitten off more than he can chew when he decided to turn on his former client, Donald Trump. Cohen, who graduated from a law school in Michigan, ranked the worst law school in the country, apparently has a history of deceiving people. One insider claims he allegedly told people he graduated from a law school in Michigan—implying he attended the top-ranked University of Michigan Law School.

Fox News Michael Cohen could face new professional and legal challenges for leaking a secretly recorded conversation with his former client Donald Trump — a risky move that could cause problems with the state bar, future clients, and even investigators.

Cohen, who served as a Trump Organization attorney for more than a decade and has described himself as President Trump’s “fixer,” has sought to distance himself from his client and close friend in recent weeks—though the leak drew the starkest line in the sand between the two.

This week, Cohen’s attorney, Clinton confidant Lanny Davis, released to CNN the tape which had a recording of a discussion between Trump and Cohen about potentially buying the rights to Playboy model Karen McDougal’s story claiming an affair with Trump.

Cohen reportedly has felt hung out to dry by the president, and this was part of his attempt to punch back.

New York Post reports- Sources say Cohen thought he deserved to be campaign manager when Paul Manafort was ousted. He later thought he should be Trump’s chief of staff or White House counsel.

“He’s bitter Trump didn’t give him a job,” said an insider.

One insider says Cohen used to tell people he went to law school in Michigan, implying he got his degree from the highly rated University of Michigan.

In fact, Cohen graduated from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, now affiliated with Western Michigan University and recently ranked the worst law school in the country by the National Advisory Council for Law School Transparency.

But the move could cause problems for Cohen beyond the president’s angry tweets, as experts raise questions of ethical violations.

Trump attorney and longtime friend, Rudy Giuliani, is hitting back at the unethical lawyer…questioning his credibility.

Giuliani tweeted some very interesting questions for Americans to consider: If Cohen is telling the truth why are he and Lanny Davis misrepresenting the language from President Trump “Do not pay by cash…CHECK.” And why are they leaking falsely privileged and confidential information? So much for ethics!

Yesterday, Guiliani slammed Cohen and his leftist shill lawyer Lanny Davis in a tweet:

Lanny Davis said his client Michael Cohen “did not intend to deceive.” Yet his client put his phone in a desk saying not recording talk and then proceeded to secretly record Chris Cuomo for two hours. Whose the biggest deceiver Cohen or his shill Davis?

“He is increasing the amount of baggage associated with his credibility by the day,” white-collar criminal defense attorney for Ifrah Law and former DOJ official Jim Trusty told Fox News.

Four days ago, President Trump expressed his disgust for his former lawyer in a tweet:

What kind of a lawyer would tape a client? So sad! Is this a first, never heard of it before? Why was the tape so abruptly terminated (cut) while I was presumably saying positive things? I hear there are other clients and many reporters that are taped – can this be so? Too bad!

Even “Never Trumper” Senator Lindsey Graham came out swinging at the lowly attorney on Fox News, saying: “When it comes to Michael Cohen, you should be very suspicious of anything he says. He’s on the hot seat. He’s looking at going to jail so people like him are subject to making things up.”

Graham warned: “To every American, if I were you I would be very suspicious of Michael Cohen right now.”

Graham absolutely destroyed Cohen, when he told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo: “The one thing about Michael Cohen is that I’ve never seen a lawyer behave this way in my entire life and I’ve been a lawyer most of my adult life.”


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