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Avenatti’s media honeymoon is over following Kavanaugh accuser backlash

No private citizen has enjoyed more free airtime on two-thirds of the major cable news networks than Michael Avenatti has in 2018.

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That’s fine if you’re a paid contributor whose job it is to weigh in on whatever is hot in the news that day. But Avenatti is an unpaid guest who originally was booked to talk about Daniels and her case against the president.

That reason for appearing expired months ago. Yet, the 47-year-old attorney continues to be a hot booking for his political punditry. Most recently, Avenatti represented Julie Swetnick, who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of being present at multiple high school-era parties involving gang rapes and which she said she repeatedly attended as a college student. Swetnick also accused Kavanaugh of being “a drug addict.” Neither allegation has any corroboration, of course, and has been largely dismissed, even in some Democratic circles.

Political media now appears to be waking up to Avenatti being a partisan provocateur.

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