"If he was prepared to do the right thing and come clean and basically turn state's evidence, I would absolutely consider it," Avenatti said of representing Cohen.
"I know for a fact that this is not the only tape," Avenatti said after it emerged that Cohen had recorded Trump discussing a payment to an ex-Playboy model.
Shortly after the FBI raid, despite being able to recently purchase a $6.7 million apartment, Cohen reportedly wanted Trump to pay his legal fees that he said were "bankrupting" him.
"Impeachment of the president would be the better answer" over criminal prosecution, Lanny Davis opined.
"This is the most corrupt investigation I have ever seen," Giuliani said of Mueller's probe.
"Your flowery language and drumbeat of supposed patriotism is phony," Avenatti tweeted at Lanny Davis.
Donald Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen scrubbed all Twitter profile references to his client and the Trump Organization.
Avenatti said he ultimately believes Cohen will "flip" on the president if prosecutors offer him a deal in return for cooperation.
Avenatti said a possible gag order should go "both ways by extending to all parties," including Trump and Giuliani, who have both been vocal about the case on TV and Twitter.
Prosecutors were to meet with Daniels to discuss their investigation into Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen.
The actor revealed he wasn't actually working with Michael Cohen to bring Trump down though.
Tom Arnold had been working to track down damaging tapes featuring President Donald Trump.
Cohen acknowledged his legal situation in his resignation letter as the reason he could no longer serve his position in the RNC.
"What's going to happen here is the narcissism of this president, his arrogance, his stupidity, is ultimately going to catch up to him," Avenatti said of Trump.
A non-partisan watchdog challenges the claim the funds were paid on behalf of a former RNC deputy finance chairman.
Michael Avenatti has frequently attacked President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
"Absolutely, I have a lot of sympathy for the first lady," Avenatti said.
Avenatti also said he would be demanding access to any audiotapes featuring Stormy Daniels's former lawyer and Cohen.
Both Giuliani and Avenatti have been frequent guests on cable news shows, turning the legal battle swirling around Cohen and Trump into a veritable war of words.
"Any media report citing 'unnamed sources' (and not a single document) suggesting we are delaying the investigation into Mr. Cohen and DJT is completely false and without basis. We have already waived the privilege as to a host of docs and communications to ensure justice is done."