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Neil Cavuto Edition of Trump Twitter Superfans

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 6:25 pm

I feel your pain, Neil.

[Cross-posted at The Jury Talks Back.]

16 Responses to “Neil Cavuto Edition of Trump Twitter Superfans”

  1. Technically I should have called this Trump Superfans on Twitter: Neil Cavuto Edition — but that would have caused confusion on Recent Comments.

    Patterico (115b1f)

  2. The sad decline continues…


    Colonel Haiku (23a40e)

  3. Agree with just about everything Cavuto said.

    And he said it in a reasonable manner without name-calling or appearing gleeful, good job.

    Hoping against hope Trump and his people listen.

    harkin (32652f)

  4. I like his sense of humor.

    nk (dbc370)

  5. You don’t have to watch Cavuto till the end, it’s just more and more of the same silly stuff ad nauseam.

    In Trump’s defense his lawyer could have paid off Stormy Daniels on his own initiative and only later increased his monthly fees to recoup the hush money expenditure.

    If so, it might strike the uninitiated as an odd or even presumptions way to represent a client, but it’s exactly the sort of affirmative protection wealthy clients appreciate, even expect, from well paid lawyers.

    The way the attorney/client relationship works a good lawyer must sometimes take steps to protect his client’s interests even before the client realizes he may need protection.

    ropelight (c1dd49)

  6. i don’t have cable

    mom and dad raised me better than that

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  7. ooh look a bear

    brb gonna take a selfie

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  8. The sad decline continues…


    Colonel Haiku (23a40e) — 5/4/2018 @ 6:36 pm

    If Bush was responsible for everything two or more years in to the Obama administration it makes sense that Obama is responsible for everything now. Like Robert Mueller, Jim Comey, Lisa Page, Jim Baker…

    Pinandpuller (5688d2)

  9. ropelight (c1dd49) — 5/4/2018 @ 7:17 pm
    It’s also a good way to get disbarred if your client decides it was a bad decision. Mishandling client monies and all that.

    Granted Cohen might actually have done that–I doubt it, but it’s possible–it’s merely another indicator that Trump hires only the best lawyers.

    Kishnevi (ebf823)

  10. ropelight @5.

    No! A good lawyer does not do that. A body servant, with or without a law license, does that. Cohen is not a lawyer. He is a flunky with a law license, and it’s not the same thing.

    nk (dbc370)

  11. #9, Kish, unless the client voluntarily agrees to reimburse his farsighted lawyer no client monies are ever involved.

    #10, nk, you say potato, some lawyers say potatto.

    ropelight (c1dd49)

  12. I have a feeling Haiku did not watch the Cavuto link. I guess he’s too busy linking Instapundit and thinking about torturing lawyers.

    DRJ (15874d)

  13. a lot of lawyers self-torture now

    the clients still pay but the lawyer does all the work

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  14. That settles it. You have no sense of humor, DRJ. 50 lashes!

    I caught the end of his show real-time, so good guess.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  15. Cavuto and Hannity. Talk about opposites. One of them is likable, sincere and tries to be objective.

    noel (b4d580)

  16. It’s a cult.

    I got some bad news for you sunshine
    Pink isn’t well, he stayed back at the hotel

    Tillman (a95660)

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