Trump Can’t Save You: GOP Sex Scandal Gets Warning From Trump Witness | The Beat With Ari Melber 1

Trump Can’t Save You: GOP Sex Scandal Gets Warning From Trump Witness | The Beat With Ari Melber

 

Loyal Trump supporter Rep. Matt Gaetz is facing numerous sex crime allegations, which he denies. Former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen, who was once threatened by Gaetz, says he needs to 'smarten up and understand he’s in serious trouble.' Cohen describes how the 'Trump playbook' didn’t work for him, adding 'it’s certainly not' going to work for Gaetz. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. ). Aired on 04/09/2021.
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Trump Can’t Save You: GOP Sex Scandal Gets Warning From Trump Witness | The Beat With Ari Melber

59 comments

    1. Liz Cheney should go to Gaetz’s district and not only call for his resignation, but for his arrest.

  1. He thinks he is the smartest guy ever. Necessary quality for a rapid downfall. A real quality guy.

    1. Ever see a crook that didn’t think he was the smartest person in the room? Gaetz sticks out like a guy with lollipops hanging around an elementary school. Oh, wait, it was a middle school.

  2. The parts of his face are put together in a very odd way. So are his other parts, especially his mind.

    1. It’s not fair to judge someone on their appearance. That said, I think a person’s personality changes their facial characteristics, perhaps from a habit of scowling, turning up the nose, snearing etc. There are politicians I simply can’t look at: I avert my gaze quickly when McConnell, Kennedy, Trump, Paul and many others pop up in these segments. I also notice that many Trumpy folks have peculiar hair styles, like Gaetz, Carlson, Hannity and Don himself. Incidentally, Gaetz’s mouth is upside-down. I’ve known a half-dozen people with that feature, and only one was what I would consider a good person, so I’m stereotyping, too.
      Works both ways, too. I didn’t think Rep Katie Porter was much to look at before I started listening to her, but now she gets more beautiful every time I see her.

    2. His mouth looks to be upside down. And his upper lip does the exact same thing with his top teeth as when Colbert makes fun of Eric Trump.

    3. At first glance, he resembles Donny Osmond to me (I’m so sorry, Donny). Then you see that demonic mouth with its perma-sneer, and understand who and what he is.

  3. Gaetz the stupid “genius,” who is the real Pizza Gate; represent his base perfectly.

    1. It was right in front of their noses but they were fixated on the lib’s when it was them the whole time.

    2. What a sad little echo chamber. If you are following the investigation then you wpuld know that documents have been provided to back up Gaet’s claim and the women who have worked for Gaets gave a supporting statement about him. You guys only wish Gaets did it so the score would even out some. Everyone knows you creeps like the kiddies. Sick liberal socialist democrats are the filth of the Earth.

    3. @Some Soccerguy i think fox wants your comment back, noone cares in this echo chamber. Btw, space out your meds, its making you angry

  4. Ari you missed that comment by Hannity at 4:38 “Attention span of people is zero”. This is a clear espressione of contempt by Hannity toward his public. He says, they are no better than goldfishes with no short term memory, you can say black today and white tomorrow and they will never question you, because they already forgot. The land of the free apparently also mean free of memory.

    1. Considering who his audience is, it sounds like he knows them well enough to predict their behavior and manipulate them accordingly.

    2. Sounds about right, with his “Faux News” he really knows his audience well and their IQ level.

    1. we at least know this.. both of them are wussies.. if not more. They are about as slimy as they come.. Graham has the audacity to call himself a good friend to John McCain and yet supports slimeball donnie even after he dissed McCain.. and even worse, Cruz continues to support him even after slimeball disparaged his wife and tried to insinuate that his father was involved in the assassination of JFK.. neither one of them has any credibility in my eyes.

    2. @Dale B Exactly and it’s completely mind boggling so there definitely has to be some dirt because neither one will ever be president

    1. He took responsibility for his actions and crimes, I have no choice but to respect at least that.

    2. Well for the time being, Cohen actually is the good guy. If he’s helping the feds to take down Trump, then that’s good enough for me.

    3. He learned his lesson the hard way, actually took full responsibility and is trying to atone for what he’s done. He’s the first and only person to out of the Trump situation to have ever done this

    4. Tessmage Tessera and he’s getting nothing out of this, he’s still serving prison time at home.

  5. Gaetz reminds me of the yuppie bad guy in every coming of age 80s movie ever made. The rich kid of privilege who is always making the underdog main character’s life rough. The funny thing is it never turns out good for these bad guys at the end of the movie and this film is just about ready to roll credits.

    1. Anthony Michael Hall……………Much, more honest, believable and movie gullible, not in REALITY.

  6. Looking at the possible charges accumulating against Gaetz, he never exercised “reasonable judgment and restraint.”

  7. What’s done in the dark will always come to the light. Tough reality for Gaetz. Waiting patiently with popcorn and laughter

    Michael…..you have my everlasting support and respect.
    Valerie from Heart of America

    1. I so agree with you. I look forward to when he is a guest.. I watched his testimony in front of congress and I found him to be contrite and very believable.. I think he has paid his dues.. I think he woke up and was genuinely sorry for his participation in slimeball donald’s many crimes.

    2. It’s revealing the stuff he’s now saying…gives a good insight of the Trump mentality /attitudes.
      I believe his book would be a real good read.

  8. Yes, another Michael Cohen video! Keep up the good work man, we are forever indebted to you!

  9. I’m enjoying Mr. Cohen’s gleefulness about this whole situation. He’ll get the last laugh and he knows it.

  10. Looking good, gentlemen! . Telling the Truth is not as stressful as lying! That will stress a person out, just having to think about keeping the stories straight would stress me out…LOL

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