Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to recount his experience of being at the courthouse in Manhattan earlier this week for former President Trump’s criminal trial, and explain why he does not think the testimony of ex-attorney Michael Cohen was believable.

“This is a guy who was telling lies about the lies he was telling and then telling more lies about that. It was  a remarkable performance. If you want to see a sociopath at work, this is a guy. I mean, and I don’t say that because, I kind of feel bad for the guy because he just really, he can’t keep his story straight. And how can you? There’s a lot to remember when you’re lying as much as that. It was rough. It was rough to watch. And I’ll tell you, a lot of my colleagues that were there and a lot of people in the courtroom, they thought that you’d see nothing but fireworks. But the pacing was right. And Blanch did a great job just leading him down the path over and over and over again.”

Jimmy and Rep. Biggs also discuss President Biden’s decision to agree to a pair of debates with Trump. Listen to the podcast to hear everything they talked about!