Rep. Thomas Massie on the Michael Cohen Testimony today:
“Has anybody else promised to pay Mr. Davis for representing you?”
Michael Cohen: “No.”
Mr Massie: “Nobody has?”
Cohen: “No. Are you offering?”
Press play below to watch the moment this happened:
Rep. Thomas Massie: "Has anybody else promised to pay Mr. Davis for representing you?"
Massie: "Nobody has?"
— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) February 27, 2019
Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former personal attorney and fixer, appeared in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Tuesday morning.
Cohen is testifying about Trump’s business practices, his hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and his assertion that Trump knew ahead of time that WikiLeaks had emails damaging to Hillary Clinton.
He also asked Cohen:
M: were you a good lawyer for Trump.
Cohen: I believe so.
M: I didn’t ask if you were a good fixer, I asked if you were a good lawyer.
Cohen: Sometimes they meld. I was trying to protect Trump.
M: By ignoring any conscience you were protecting Mr. Trump.
MR MASSIE CONGRESS: TWITTER USERS REACT TO HIS HAIR
See below tweets from Twitter users mocking Mr. Massie over his hair.
Mr. Massie, sponsored by ALL the hair gel companies. #CohenTestimoney
— Kevin Broberg (@broadsi) February 27, 2019
Mr Massie's hair is a travesty.
— Be 🐝 (@SaintsGirlPhe) February 27, 2019
Mr. Massie looks more hungover than I am. #CohenTestimony
— Simon Says (@SayethSimon) February 27, 2019
— Scott Free and the Tariff Man (@trumpepstein) February 27, 2019
Who is Rep. Thomas Massie?
Thomas Harold Massie is an American inventor, entrepreneur, and Republican politician who has been the United States Representative for Kentucky’s 4th congressional district since 2012.
Before joining congress, Massie was Judge-Executive of Lewis County, Kentucky, from 2011 to 2012. He also ran a start-up company based in Massachusetts, where he previously studied robotics at MIT. He is an engineer by practice and education.
In 2012, he defeated Bill Adkins in the special and general elections to represent Northern Kentucky in Washington, D.C.
Massie has been described as a libertarian Republican and is associated with the House Liberty Caucus.