Former Trump Advisor To Reporter: ‘Print Out My Statement’ And ‘Shove It Up Your Tight Liberal A**’

michael grimm shove
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 17: Republican Rep. Michael Grimm speaks to members of the media following a recorded debate with his Democratic opponent Domenic M. Recchia Jr. in the Manhattan studios of WABC-TV on October 17, 2014 in New York City. The 30 minute debate, which will be shown on Channel 7 at 11 a.m. this Sunday, saw Grimm and his opponent in a tense debate trade accusations of incompetence. Grimm (R-Staten Island/Brooklyn) is running for his third term against Recchia, who is a former city councilman from Brooklyn. There is currently a 20-count federal indictment against congressman Grimm which accuses him of not reporting income from his former Manhattan business, hiring undocumented employees, perjury and more. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Robert Donachie – Capitol Hill and Health Care Reporter

A former Trump advisor and spokesman for former Rep. Micheal Grimm of New York told a reporter Friday exactly where he could shove his statement.

Grimm, who served time in prison for tax fraud, is running against Rep. Daniel Donovan this election cycle to reclaim his former seat. The former congressman owed a Washington, D.C. lobbying firm — Square Patton Boggs — more than $400,000 after leaving Congress in 2014, a sum the firm chose to forgive for the small pittance of $25,000 last September.

Michael Caputo claims there was no favor granting or nefarious activity and promises that the campaign will reveal the settlement in its next campaign disclosure report. When pressed for more details, Caputo snapped at reporters.

“Please print out my statement, roll it into a little ball, and shove it up your tight liberal ass, Greg. Reporters like you are why Donald Trump won,” Caputo told reporters.

Caputo likes to point out that Grimm’s opponent, Donovan, still owes a consultant $70,000 for his failed 2010 campaign.

Follow Robert Donachie on Twitter

Send tips to

DCwire features investigative reporting syndicated with permission from the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Mentioned in this article::