Michael Cohen shops reality show ‘The Fixer’ to networks as Trump trial drags on

"The little guy doesn’t usually have access to people with my particular set of skills."


Former attorney to President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen has reportedly been working on a reality TV series titled, “The Fixer,”and has attempted to shop the series to studios.  

In a video obtained by The New York Post, Cohen advertised that he would use his experience working for "a notoriously bad man" to "fix your problem,” among a montage of news clips about his scandals. 

"I fixed [Trump’s] problems both professional and personal, gaining power, wealth and notoriety for myself in the process. And I paid the price for it,” the attorney said in the video. "Since then, I’ve been on a journey of redemption, working to set things right with my family, my friends, my country, speaking truth to power and calling it like I see it."  

"Now I’m paying it forward, wielding the tools that I’ve learned for regular people in trouble," he added. "The little guy doesn’t usually have access to people with my particular set of skills. But that’s all about to change."  

Cohen went on to offer his "expertise, advice, and solutions" to fix the problems of those in the audience. "I am your fixer," he concluded.  

According to the outlet, the promo appeared to be a "moody ripoff" of Trump’s hit show "The Apprentice." One source said the show would have Cohen work with businesses in need of fixing.  

The former Trump lawyer is expected to testify as a key witness in District Attorney Alvin Bragg's case against Trump starting Monday. The prosecutors in the case claim that Cohen paid porn Star Stormy Daniels $130,000 in hush money to cover up an alleged affair between her and President Trump.  

Trump is accused of violating campaign finance laws for allegedly falsifying business records to "conceal damaging information and unlawful activity from American voters before and after the 2016 election." DA Bragg claimed that Trump had Cohen pay off Daniels and classified the reimbursement as "legal services." 

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