Shortly before Donald Trump's former lawyer and "fixer," Michael Cohen delivered his blockbuster testimony on Capitol Hill, the Republican National Committee -- where Cohen used to serve as Deputy Finance Chair -- sought to discredit him with a short video sarcastically titled: "Have Fun in Prison!" The video is a clip montage of past Cohen's television appearances when he praised Trump to the skies during and after the 2016 campaign a in sycophantic fashion. "He's a unifier," Cohen insists, "He's going to make America great." Cohen attests to Trump's decency, calling him, "kind," "generous" and "empathetic." After Cohen says, "Mr. Trump's memory is fantastic ... I've never come across a situation where Mr Trump has said something that's not accurate," text on the screen reads, "Have Fun in Prison!" Presumably, that final juxtaposition alludes to the fact that Cohen has pled guilty, and will serve jail time, for lying to Congress. But considering how often Trump has been deemed untruthful by professional fact-checkers, the video might only serve to suggest that Cohen was also lying about Trump's truthfulness and goodness -- not exactly what the RNC wants to convey.