Gaetz’s Texts To Cohen Revealed By ‘Vanity Fair,’ Trump Goes Ballistic


Rep Matt Gaetz made the huge mistake of tweeting out a threat to Michael Cohen just days before he was set to testify before the Senate. People immediately began calling Gaetz out for intimidating a witness after he threatened to tell Cohen’s wife about an alleged affair.

Gaetz said to Cohen:

Even Nancy Pelosi chimed in on Twitter and reminded Gaetz that he cannot tamper with a witness and why. This is what she had to say:

Gaetz immediately tucked his tail between his legs and tweeted:

“It was NOT my intent to threaten, as some believe I did. it is important 2 create context around the testimony of liars like Michael Cohen.”

Now, according to Vanity Fair, Gaetz has sent Michael Cohen a private text message to apologize for his behavior on Twitter, a move that Trump must be stewing over.

Vanity Fair reported:

“Now, after Cohen’s day on the Hill, Gaetz was backpedaling even further. “Mr. Cohen, this is Congressman Matt Gaetz,” he wrote in a text to Cohen. “I am writing to personally tell you I’m sorry for the tweet that I sent which many believe was threatening to you. It was never ever ever my intent to threaten you in any way.””

The text continued:

“While you don’t know me. that is not who I am and how I operate. I do not wish any harm to you or your family. I was upset at what was transpiring and chose my words poorly. I will work to be better, as I know you said today you will as well. Have a good evening. – Matt.”