Personal Attorney for Trump Sends Profane, Threatening Emails to Stranger Who Told Him to ‘Resign Now’

President Trump’s personal attorney for the Russia matter sent a series of disparaging, profane, and perhaps threatening emails to a stranger Wednesday night, according to ProPublica.

The online kerfuffle began Wednesday evening after a retired public relations professional, who was not named by ProPublica, sent Trump lawyer Marc Kasowitz an email with the subject line “Resign Now.”

The man had seen a segment on MSNBC concerning another ProPublica report about Kasowitz. In his email, he said that while the two did not know each other, he believed that it was in Kasowitz’s best interest to resign.

“No good can come of this and, in fact, your name may be [sic] turn out to be a disparaging historical footnote to the presidency of DJT,” the man wrote. The email was sent at 9:28 p.m. Eastern time to Kasowitz’s email account at his law firm.

Kasowitz’s first reply came just five minutes later. “F*** you,” he wrote, according to ProPublica.

Fifteen minutes later, Kasowitz sent another email to the man: “And you don’t know me, but I will know you How dare you send me an email like that I’m on you now You are f****** with me now Let’s see who you are Watch your back, b****”

The man then sent a response of his own. “Thank you for your kind reply,” he wrote. “I may be in touch as appropriate.”

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