Disgraced former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is taking his act to “Late Night.”
The convicted Cohen, who was the president’s longtime personal lawyer, said he’s agreed to appear for an interview on NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” as he promotes his forthcoming tell-all on Trump, “Disloyal.”
The disbarred lawyer tweeted the news Thursday, though an air date hasn’t been determined, he wrote.
“Just agreed to an #ExclusiveInterview with @sethmeyers @LateNightSeth @NBC,” Cohen tweeted. “Date and time to be announced. #GetReady #Disloyal”
The late-night show’s official account retweeted his announcement with the emoji for a pair of eyes and no further information.
Cohen has been cooped up in his Upper East Side apartment under home confinement where he was released amid his three-year federal sentence after pleading guilty to tax evasion and campaign finance violation.
Under the conditions of his home confinement, which was granted due to the coronavirus pandemic, Cohen is free to speak to the media.
Cohen had been in and out of prison recently over drama around his book and his confinement. He was first released from a federal prison in upstate New York in May, but he quickly landed in hot water when The Post caught him dining al fresco at a French restaurant near his home.
He was brought back into custody the following week after his meal — only to be re-released in July after a legal battle and negotiations with the federal Bureau of Prisons over the terms of his home confinement.