VIDEO: Tucker Carlson Eviscerates Creepy Porn Lawyer, Michael Avenatti


Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti should have known better than to appear on the Tucker Carlson Show and try to out-debate the host. Avenatti’s arrogance has been on display on his media tour supposedly with the purpose of proving to the public that Stormy Daniels’ lawsuit against President Trump was legitimate.  In reality, the “Creepy Porn Lawyer” has been attempting to set himself up for a 2020 presidential run.

The attorney’s hubris was on display with Carlson from the beginning through the end of the interview, which precluded him from garnering any sympathy from the audience as the Fox host expertly verbally disemboweled his guest.

The interview started off with Tucker saying it was nice that he and Avenatti could finally talk in person after months of exchanging jabs on Twitter and on cable news. He explained that he agreed to specific ground rules that Avenatti insisted on, including allowing the attorney to fully answer the questions without interruption. But when Avenatti skirted around his queries, Carlson interrupted to get him back on track.

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Avenatti also wanted Carlson to agree not to use the nickname he created for him, “creepy porn lawyer” or CPL. Tucker refused to make it a condition but told the audience he wouldn’t “use that nickname because we’re always grateful when guests are brave enough to show up in person.”

Carlson asked Avenatti about his presidential ambitions after Avenatti spoke at a rally after President Trump’s summit with Vladimir Putin and blasted the president’s meeting.

Carlson said that Avenatti was engaging in “reckless rhetoric” and accusing Russia of “an act of war” in its alleged meddling in American elections when Avenatti compared the allegations to posting Russian troops on its American border.

Avenatti called that accusation “ironic,” saying that it is Carlson who uses “reckless” political rhetoric.

Carlson disagreed, adding that Avenatti was recklessly “exploiting” Daniels, his client.

“You’re exploiting her and you know that,” Carlson said.

The two eventually got around to talking about the Stormy Daniels case against Donald Trump and Michael Cohen. The FNC Host told the attorney, “I feel that you and others are exploiting her, so I feel bad for her,”  Avenatti shot back with, “I think you demean her repeatedly and I think you’re a hypocrite.” Carlson responded by explaining that Avenatti was exploiting her by using Ms. Daniels’ case to make appearances and rake in the cash the porn star was stripping in seedy strip clubs, while Avenatti was raking in the dough making appearances.

Then came the pièce de résistance.

“Why don’t you show some respect to my client and me and stop calling us a ‘porn star’ and a ‘creepy porn lawyer?'” Avenatti said. “If you’ve got that big a problem with porn –– do you have that big a problem with porn?”

“I’m not making fun of, hold on, slow down!” Carlson replied.

“When’s the last time you saw porn?” Avenatti asked.

“Oh, you busted me,” Carlson snarked back. “Actually, maybe humiliation porn. That’s why I watch you on CNN.”

The creepy porn lawyer’s hubris led him to agree to have a sit down with Tucker Carlson even though he would be outmatched. Sorry Avenatti you lost, you lost big and made yourself look like the narcissist you are.

The entire twelve-minute interview is on the video below:

 

 

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