Michael Avenatti is now out of prison living with a friend and wearing an ankle monitor to keep track of his whereabouts.
It’s hard to say who is the bigger object lesson of the Trump resistance. Is it former Gov. Andrew Cuomo who briefly became the hero of the pandemic before falling under suspicion for lying about the death toll and for creating a hostile work environment for several of the women who worked for him. He wound up resigning, having lost the support of the people who’d once lionized him.
A few months after Avenatti’s presidential run was gaining traction, Avenatti wore out his welcome.