CNN host Brian Stelter asked his guests if he was "stupid" to take disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti seriously as a possible 2020 presidential candidate.
A jury on Friday found Michael Avenatti guilty in a criminal trial accusing the celebrity lawyer of trying to extort Nike Inc out of millions of dollars and defraud a youth basketball coach he represented.
The judge overseeing the Michael Avenatti trial said the extortion case should not focus on Nike's alleged corruption or devolve into name-dropping.
The fall from grace of Michael Avenatti continued as the beleaguered attorney, who once counted Stormy Daniels as a client, was humiliated on social media.
Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels attorney and critic of Trump, excoriated fellow liberal celebrity activist Alyssa Milano on Monday in a scathing tweet.
Michael Avenatti was a media darling before he was an alleged con man, and consevative Twitter has the reciepts to prove it.
Mark Geragos, attorney for Jussie Smollett, railed against his former employer CNN in a Tuesday interview after he was fired by the network.
Losing your virginity. On Christmas morning. While riding the teacups at Disneyland. That's what Monday's news cycle was like for conservatives.
In a tweet shared Monday, Kelly Dodd slammed Michael Avenatti by saying that she "dodged a bullet" when she split from him.