President Trump's personal lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, sent a series of threatening messages to a stranger who'd urged him in an email to "resign now." After the man, a retired public relations professional, sent an email advising Kasowitz that it would be in "your interest and the long-term interest of your firm for you to resign from your position advising the president," he received four responses from Kasowitz that were laced with profanities and threats.
"How dare you send me an email like that," Kasowitz apparently wrote. "Watch your back, bitch." He later called the man "a piece of sh-t" and told him, "I already know where you live, I'm on you."
The man, who asked to remain anonymous, shared the string of emails with ProPublica:
The man responded politely, thanking Kasowitz for his "kind reply." However, he told ProPublica he was so "disturbed" by the email exchange that he passed it along to the FBI "so there would be a written record in case Kasowitz followed through on the threat."
ProPublica said Kasowitz's spokesman could not immediately be reached for comment.