Rudy Giuliani says Michael Cohen ’can’t handle’ prison

President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani has said that the president’s former lawyer Michael Cohen “can’t handle jail.”

Giuliani made the comment in a recent Daily Beast interview.

The former New York City mayor also reportedly stated that “the feds are ‘f**king angry with’ Cohen and want to put him in prison ‘for four years.’”

The site also said: “Giuliani added that he felt ‘sorry for him’ and described Cohen’s situation and his behavior as a ‘sad’ attempt to avoid prison time.”

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Recent court filings in Cohen’s case showed that prosecutors recommended “substantial” prison time for him despite acknowledging that “Cohen did provide information to law enforcement, including information that assisted the Special Counsel’s Office.”

According to the documents, prosecutors also pointed out that Cohen’s account wasn’t always accurate and complete, and they noted that he acted out of “personal greed and repeatedly used his power and influence for deceptive ends.”

The White House has since lashed out at Trump’s former attorney, with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders saying in a statement Friday, “Mr. Cohen has repeatedly lied and as the prosecution has pointed out to the court, Mr. Cohen is no hero.”