Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s personal attorney, retweeted a photograph of himself with the comedian, Tom Arnold, who is presently working on a TV series for Viceland, whereby he intends to expose Donald Trump through video evidence for a possible impeachment.
Rumors abound that the attorney of the embattled president has secret tapes of Donald and might be willing to share them with the media.
In May, Vice Media announced they would feature a new docu-series called, The Hunt For The Trump Tapes, and would investigate the politician in hopes of discovering useful evidence to have him removed from public office.
When Arnold spoke with NBC News on Friday, he claimed that he met with Michael at a hotel in Manhattan where they discussed the television show.
I love New York pic.twitter.com/J7AJg1HiHo
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) June 22, 2018
Arnold said to the network that he hopes Trump sees the photograph and it “haunts his dreams.” The idea for making the series for Viceland emerged following the release of the “Access Hollywood” tapes where the campaigning politician bragged about hypothetically grabbing women.
Vice said last month that Arnold would “draw on his extensive” connections in the Hollywood scene to gather evidence to impeach the president. However, many of his critics have pointed to the fact that Arnold hasn’t been relevant as an entertainer for a long time, so what connections could he possibly have?
One person on Twitter wrote, “who could Arnold know in Hollywood that would have any dirt on Trump. It all seems like a shameless attempt to make money for a TV show, as well as a means of reviving his career.”
Last week, Trump claimed he hadn’t talked with Cohen “in a long time” but always liked him.
As you may know, federal officials are currently investigating Michael for his “business dealings.” Moreover, they’re searching for evidence of the $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels.