Spoiler alert: It didn’t go so well.
The president began things off early with this tweet that probably wasn’t in fact composed by him because it seemed coherent and thus off-brand.
A couple of hours later, Trump issued another tweet that appeared more like something he’d actually state.
Within 30 minutes, Cohen bit back with his own mad tweet that suggested he had learned a lot about social media from his former boss.
McDougal is a former Playboy design who says she had an affair with Trump in 2006, around the same time he had another declared affair with Clifford, a porn actress who performs under the name Stormy Daniels.
During the 2016 governmental campaign, Cohen allegedly made financial offers with both ladies to ensure their silence.
In McDougal’s case, Cohen and Trump apparently set up a company to financing a $150,000 payment made by American Media Inc., the parent business of the National Enquirer, for her story, just to have the publication intentionally kill the story.
With Daniels, Cohen paid her $130,000 for her silence with his own money and was later compensated by Trump.