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Trump’s Attorney Trolls Joe Scarborough Over Ditching GOP


Trump’s longtime attack dog attorney Michael Cohen has been a registered Democrat for years. He was called out during the election for not being able to vote for his boss, and now he’s having a little fun of his own.

He was apparently applauding Joe Scarborough’s decision to leave the Republican party– just as he’s changed his registration.

During an appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Joe Scarborough declared that “I am a Republican, but I’m not going to be a Republican anymore.. I’ve got to become an independent.” He said his decision was based largely on President Donald Trump. Scarborough took aim at the current GOP saying that it was “not a party that Ronald Reagan.”

Earlier this month, President Trump went on a tweet tirade taking aim at the MSNBC hosts, saying that “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” had been “bleeding badly from a face-lift” during an event at Trump’s resort in Florida. In the same twitter rant, he called Scarborough “Pyscho Joe.” The duo drew the president’s anger for their often very critical statements about him and his administration.

This isn’t the first time that Trump’s attorney has turned his attention to the morning hosts. He took aim at Scarborough over his coverage of the Russia probe just a few days ago..

And even before Trump was elected:

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