Trump lawyer in hush money case slams NBC host for 'being petty' trends now
Donald Trump's lawyer in the Stormy Daniels hush money case tore into NBC host Chuck Todd during a furious clash Sunday morning over how the former president classified the payment in his personal records.
Joe Tacopina accused Todd of being 'petty' and maintained that Trump was not aware his lawyer at the time Michael Cohen had paid Daniels during the 2016 campaign to remain quiet about their sexual encounter a decade earlier.
The discord on NBC's Meet the Press interview saw Todd questioning why Trump didn't 'tell the truth' is his personal ledger that the 'legal fees' he paid to Cohen at the time were actually a reimbursement for paying Daniel's a hush money settlement.
This set off Tacopina, who began representing former President Trump earlier this year.
Donald Trump's personal attorney Joe Tacopina became furious during an interview Sunday morning when talking about the Manhattan DA's case against his client for allegedly reimbursing his lawyer-at-the-time Michael Cohen for a hush money payment to Stormy Daniels
Tacopina accused NBC host Chuck Todd of being