Former Clinton White House press secretary Joe Lockhart said Friday that President Donald Trump "sounds like a crime boss" when he talks about Michael Cohen and the Mueller probe.

Lockhart, who also served as spokesman for 1984 Democratic presidential nominee Walter "Fritz" Mondale, said on CNN that Trump is using language normally reserved for mobsters.

"People are 'rats', [other people] are 'weak'," Lockhart said.

"If you believe that all of these things [involving Trump] are coincidental, you really have an active imagination," the Suffern, N.Y. native added.

Dana Perino played video of Lockhart during her segment on "The Five," and also aired clips of other media personalities ripping the president over the Russia investigation.

Chris Cuomo, the brother of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), said on his CNN program that Trump sounds like someone "wearing an orange jumpsuit who's said they've been 'done wrong'."

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New York ad executive Donny Deutsch said on MSNBC that it is "just the beginning."

He said that Trump will be found to have "all kinds of nefarious ties."

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