MSNBC Legal Analyst Has A 'Man Crush' On Judge Merchan, Thinks Jurors Do As Well – EVOL

MSNBC legal analyst Andrew Weissmann confessed that he has a “man crush” on Judge Juan Merchan, who is overseeing Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s criminal case against former President Donald Trump.

Prior to his tenure at MSNBC, Weissmann worked as a federal prosecutor for more than a decade before becoming the general counsel for the FBI. He also worked as the lead prosecutor on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team, which headed up the bogus investigation into “collusion” between Trump and the Russian government.

While Weissman has often had trouble concealing his disdain for former President Trump, he escalated things to another level on Wednesday when he shared his feelings on Judge Merchan.

“With, as you’ve noted, with respect to Judge Juan Merchan, I mean, I am like now, you know, I felt like a man crush on him,” a giggling Weissmann declared. The former prosecutor went on to suggest that members of the jury likely feel the same way.

“He is such a great judge that it’s hard to see that the jurors wouldn’t have the same impression,” he said. “And he’s just, you just keep on thinking, if you looked in a dictionary for, like, judicial temperament, that’s what



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