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    #SaysWho? Trump Adviser Struggles With Reality of Campaign Crash on CNN (VIDEO)

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    A lawyer for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump refuses to accept that his client’s numbers are falling -- even if everyone else has.

    During a CNN interview, Michael Cohen became very irritated when host Brianna Keller suggested that the boisterous billionaire is falling behind in the race to the White House.

    "Says who?" the combative lawyer demanded.

    Keller, taken aback by his tone answered, "Polls. Most of them. All of them?"

    Still not satisfied, Cohen asked again, "Says who?"

    "Polls, I just told you. I answered your question." Keller reiterated.

    Cohen then wanted to know what polls the host was referring to.

    "All of them," Keller answered flatly.

    Trump is, in fact, lagging behind his opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, in all 23 national polls released in the past three weeks.

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