Atty Michael Avenatti called into MSNBC after his client, Julie Swetnick made public her claims of sexual misconduct against Brett Kavanaugh.
“Do you think he likes being a hypocrite? No, but it’s part of his job," Colbert said.
I don't remember ever seeing Fox News going to these lengths to smear a guest on their network during an interview.
Avenatti responded to the Cohen plea deal with a little bombshell news of his own
Michael Avenatti reacted to Michael Cohen's plea agreement by warning that he plans to ask Donald Trump questions. Will Trump plead the fifth? Stay tuned.
Have we learned nothing from the past two years?
Is this really happening?
According to Iowa newspapers, Stormy Daniels' lawyer is putting feelers out for a presidential bid in 2020.
Sorry Meghan. All of our corporate media has problems, but there's no one out there acting like a propaganda arm for the Democratic party right now, the way Fox does for Republicans.
The View's Ana Navarro and Meghan McCain go toe-to-toe over McCain's perceived anti-Republican media bias while discussing Trump's recent attacks on the press and CNN's Jim Acosta.