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‘How Do You Have A Show?!’ Avenatti Goes On A Rampage Against Tucker Carlson During Fox Interview

Tucker Carlson invited guest Michael Avenatti to his on Thursday to try and bash the attorney, but things backfired for the Fox News host.

The interview had already started on a bad note as Carlson has bashed Avenatti in the past accusing him of “exploiting” Stormy Daniels, the adult film star Donald Trump had sex with and then paid for her silence, by building his careers off her.

Carlson started off by claiming that Avenatti had taken issue with him calling the attorney a “creepy porn lawyer.”

He then said that “as a gesture of goodwill” he wouldn’t use that phrase. That promise didn’t last long.

Carlson then said, “I have no interest in squabbling with you, I have no interest in name calling—I’ve done a lot of that.”

“I’m serious,” Carlson added.

Then the Fox News host shared a footage of Avenatti claiming that the actions taken by Russia to undermine the 2016 presidential election were equivalent to an act of war.

“You’re using reckless rhetoric in a subject you don’t really understand,” Carlson said.

The subject then switched to Carlson claiming that Daniels was just a prostitute and she was paid to do her job.

That’s when Avenatti told Carlson to call Trump a “creepy porn President.”

“Why is it that you don’t call Donald Trump the Creepy P*rn President,” Avenatti said. “He’s the one who had sex, with a 4-month-old son at home, with my client, without wearing a condom. But you don’t want to acknowledge that.”

Carlson refused to do so.

Later in the interview, Carlson claimed that Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen’s confession wasn’t evidence of any wrongdoing in the 2016 campaign.

“Do you not follow the news?” Avenatti asked. “How do you have a show?”

Carlson, obviously losing the battle, cut Avenatti off and sent the show to commercials as he said, “Creepy p*rn lawyer, good to see you.”

Take a look at the wild interview below:

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