Michael Avenatti - USA Politics Headline News Today

Television lawyer and Democrat White House hopeful said: “I think there’s a short list of people who can beat Donald Trump and a number of those people that are considering running. I think they would make an exceptional president. In fact, a number of them would probably make a better president of the United States than I would. But you know what? They don’t have any shot at beating Donald Trump. They have no shot at beating Donald Trump. In my view, if you don’t have a legitimate shot, you don’t belong in the race.”Continue reading

Michael Avenatti - USA Politics News Headline Today

“We’re not gonna beat Donald Trump by nominating a traditional politician. Most of the Democrats that are considering running are too gentle to beat Donald Trump,” Michael Avenatti, Lawyer for Stormy Daniels and Julie Swetnick says.

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Michael Avenatti - USA Politics News Headlines Today

Michael Avenatti was born on 16 February 1971. Avenatti is a high-profile American attorney, commentator and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, California. He routinely appears on television and in the print media as a commentator on a range of issues and is widely considered one of the foremost trial lawyers in the nation, with trial victories in multiple states and venues across the country.

Michael often works closely with the press and media in connection with his legal practice – an area in which most lawyers falter and under-utilize. During his career, he has represented parties in a number of lawsuits that have gained international media attention, including two cases featured on the news magazine show 60 Minutes, as well as in cases brought against the National Football League, various celebrity defendants, including Paris Hilton and Jim Carrey, athletes, high-ranking business executives, and Fortune 100 companies.Continue reading