Tucker Carlson: Outrage over Trump's response to Charlottesville Nazi rally was "fraudulent, entirely manufactured by the left and its servants in the media"
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From the February 28 edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight:
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TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Michael Cohen spent a decade as Trump's high-profile lobbier, toadie, defender and personal attorney, and then one day, he decided that he hated Donald Trump and became Donald Trump's mortal enemy.
A big change. How did that happen? Well, Cohen told Congress this week that he had a kind of road to Damascus experience.
He was personally and morally offended by what his boss said in two occasions.
First, after the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, that was the summer of 2017, and later when he watched Trump's meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, about a year later.
Those two scandals, both of them fraudulent, entirely manufactured by the left and its servants in the media, changed Michael Cohen's mind forever.
Democrats must have been gratified to hear that. Michael Cohen is a sensitive progressive now, he is tormented by climate change and his own toxic masculinity. He's basically a one man crusade against privilege.