"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace weighed in on Michael Cohen's first interview after being sentenced to three years in prison, saying, "Hell hath no fury like a fixer scorned."

Cohen -- President Trump's former longtime attorney -- is going to prison for a range of crimes, including tax evasion, campaign-finance violations and lying to Congress.

In an interview with "Good Morning America" that aired Friday, Cohen said Trump knew that hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal were wrong and that the payments were made to help his presidential campaign.

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"As assiduously as Michael Cohen has worked for more than a decade to protect Donald Trump, he seems to want to do everything he can right now to sink Donald Trump," Wallace said.

He added that he's not sure if Cohen will be able to accomplish that, but noted that Trump's former self-described "fixer" is not being shy about "coming out and bashing the president."

He pointed out that Trump said in an interview with Fox News' Harris Faulkner and on Twitter Thursday that he never directed to Cohen to break the law.

"And here, less than 24 hours later, Cohen is saying, 'Everything I did was at the explicit direction of Donald Trump, and he knew exactly what he was doing,'" Wallace said. "So it's a he-said, he-said, but obviously it's not helpful to the president."

Watch more from Wallace above.

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