Americans Losing It After Avenatti Slams Carlson For Hitting “New Low” On Live Television

Fox News labeled Stormy Daniels’s lawyer Michael Avenatti a “creepy porn lawyer” via a string of on-screen graphics on Thursday night during his appearance on Tucker Carlson’s show.

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The shocking title cards appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” after the host questioned Avenatti in the heated interview about the adult-film actress’s lawsuit against President Trump and the president’s former “fixer,” Michael Cohen.

The controversial titles were featured over the course of the interview with Avenatti, which included the labels “Creepy Porn Lawyer Toying with 2020 run” and “Does American Want Creepy Porn Lawyer as President”

Carlson, a host on the network, has previously called Avenatti “the creepy porn lawyer.” He reinstated his tag during the interview discussing Daniels’s lawsuit over a nondisclosure agreement that was used to keep her silent about an alleged affair with Trump in 2006.

Avenatti blasted Carlson over the childish graphics minutes after completing his appearance on the show.

“After he told me that he was not going to engage in ‘name calling.’ This is why so many people correctly conclude that @TuckerCarlson is a liar, just like Trump,” Avenatti wrote.

“The extent there was any doubt as to the lack of professionalism of @TuckerCarlson or @FoxNews before tonight, there is no longer,” Avenatti continued in another tweet. “What happened with the chyron tonight was a disgrace. Complete garbage – trash television. A new low.”

Avenatti’s appearance on Carlson’s follows as he garners more attention surrounding a potential 2020 Democratic presidential bid to push back Trump.

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