Lanny Davis

Defense attorney Lanny Davis says Cohen didn't lie under oath because he didn't ask about a pardon directly -- his then-lawyer did.
Lawyer Lanny Davis said Cohen's scheduled Feb. 7 testimony to the House oversight committee will be postponed.
The defense lawyer said Trump's "demonizing" of Cohen's family shows the president is scared.
The president's former "fix it" guy is apparently now pushing for the Democrats.
Lanny Davis says his client "does not want anything from Donald Trump."
Cohen is in "grave danger of being disbarred" for violating attorney-client privilege, Trump's lawyer said.
Davis claims Trump's former personal attorney "has turned a corner in his life, and he's now dedicated to telling the truth."
The former first lady's White House days taught her lessons that led to Servergate, and lessons that helped her put it to rest.
The only way to get control of the situation is to, well, get control of the situation. Hillary Clinton has to take the reins for herself, and get out there and answer questions about the emails.
Now, with two years left in his own administration, and faced with a party change in the Senate, did President Obama take a page from the crisis management handbook as well?
The operations may well be in violation of federal statutes prohibiting deceptive marketing and unwanted telephone sales calls, as well as DOE laws and regulations barring payment of sales commissions to college recruiters. At the very least, they are guilty of using sleazy tactics to sell poor-quality products.
Karl Rove successfully manipulated the entire news media this week. Rove's specialty is to take what could be considered a reasonable idea, and then twist it beyond recognition while dragging it through the swampiest mud he can dream up.
Predatory for-profit colleges use deceptive and coercive tactics to pressure students into signing up. More than half of for-profit college students drop out within about four months.
The Daily Caller, a conservative web publication, devoted much space in recent years to attacks on critics of America's for-profit colleges, echoing claims made by for-profit college owners at a time when that controversial industry has been seeking to avoid accountability.
APSCU is trying to show in public that the sector is working to clean up its act, with a booklet advising recruiters to provide students with "clear and accurate information." But, as we've come to expect, APSCU has no shame.
Davis also briefly lobbied for Ivory Coast strongman Laurent Gbagbo, who hired Davis in 2010 for $100,000 a month to help