The blue wave has sucked up Michael Cohen.
The disillusioned former fixer to President Trump registered as a Democrat on Thursday, his legal team announced, putting the final nail in the coffin of the two men’s crumbling relationship.
The ex-Trump attorney, who up until June served as the Republican Party’s deputy finance chairman, made the switch at the New York State board of election offices in Albany, a spokeswoman confirmed to the Daily News.
Cohen’s move was first reported by Axios.
“Today, (Cohen) returned to the Democratic Party, another step in his journey,” attorney Lanny Davis tweeted. “Putting family and country first — distancing himself from the values of the current Admin.”
Davis added, “Can’t wait for his first interview!”
Cohen doesn’t currently have any interviews lined up, but a person familiar with the matter told The News he plans to open up “at the right time.”
A White House spokeswoman did not return a request for comment.