Michael Cohen, a former personal attorney for former President Donald Trump, slammed him and his supporters on Saturday. Speaking on CNN’s “Newsroom,” Cohen said that MAGA supporters are “knee deep into this dumpster cult” of Trump.

During the interview, host Jim Acosta brought up reports of Trump’s phone call with Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel in which the two reportedly tried to ask Michigan election officials not to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election.

“It sounds like that Georgia phone call. What do you back of this, what happened in Michigan? It sound like another part of this pressure campaign that Donald Trump was waging across the country,” Acosta stated.

In response, Cohen said, “Well, it sounds exactly like the conversation that Donald had with Brad Raffensperger to apply pressure to obtain what he wants, and that was to be able to retain power. You know, I’ve been saying for so long now that there was a vote that Vladimir Putin once made that Donald thought was genius.”

“And the quote is, ‘It doesn’t matter who you vote for, all that matters is who’s counting the vote.’ That’s what Donald Trump was trying to effectuate here,” he added.

Cohen went further to predict that Trump is going to be in trouble if the recording comes out with his voice on it. “When that recording comes out just like all the recordings that have come out that have Donald’s voice on it, none of them are good for him. Every single one shows exactly what it is that Donald wanted to be accomplished,” he stated.

He then brought up MAGA supporters, asserting that they don’t care about what comes out regarding Trump. According to him, “it doesn’t matter what they hear, it doesn’t matter what they see. They’re still so knee deep into this dumpster cult of Donald that they refuse to extricate themselves.”

Cohen’s remarks follow recordings that Trump reportedly told GOP canvassers Monica Palmer and William Hartmann that they would look “terrible” if they certified the results of the 2020 election.

“We’ve got to fight for our country. We can’t let these people take our country away from us,” he said, according to The Detroit News.

“If you can go home tonight, do not sign it. … We will get you attorneys,” McDaniel reportedly said.