‘Creepy Porn Lawyer’ Michael Avenatti Royally EMBARRASSED By Ridiculous Tweet Mocking Sen. Grassley

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"Creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti, who wants to run for president in 2020, was royally embarrassed on Wednesday after attacking Senate Judiciary Committee Chairmain Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) on Twitter.

Avenatti, best-known for representing porn star Stormy Daniels, in a tweet insulted Sen. Grassley for never attending law school. 

In his tweet, he wrote it’s “no wonder [Grassley] doesn’t understand issues like ‘perjury,’ FBI investigations, and which clients I have represented over the last 18 yrs.”

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The Senate Judiciary Committee Twitter account responded to his tweet by noting Sen. Grassley’s record of confirming “the most circuit court nominees” in a single Congress “on top of two Supreme Court Justices.”

The account added, “And FYI, Chairman @ChuckGrassley went to the same law school Ranking Member @SenFeinstein attended.”

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Mic drop.

Sen. Grassley received a master’s degree in political science at the University of Northern Iowa in 1956 and completed Ph.D work at the University of Iowa thereafter.

Grassley was the first non-lawyer to be elected chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

He built a formidable reputation for his ability to properly question lawyers and judges throughout confirmation proceedings during his years on the committee before becoming chairman.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the top ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, received her bachelor’s degree from Stanford University in 1955. She did not attend law school and is not a lawyer, either.

There are other members of the current committee who do not have their J.D.'s, including Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Nebr.), Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), and Sen. Thomas Tillis (R-N.C.).

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