Today is going to be a big day on Capitol Hill. Trump’s former lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen is due to testify in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. This comes one day after testifying to the Senate Intelligence Committee, but where that was behind closed doors, Wednesday’s testimony will be public.

However, one representative is already taking shots at Cohen on Twitter. Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida went after Cohen on the social media platform by accusing Trump’s former lawyer of cheating on his wife of 24 years, Laura Shusterman.

He posted, “Hey @MichaelCohen212 - Do your wife & father-in-law know about your girlfriends? Maybe tonight would be a good time for that chat. I wonder if she’ll remain faithful when you’re in prison. She’s about to learn a lot.”

Gaetz has since deleted the tweet, writing, "I should have chosen words that better showed my intent."

This is just the latest comment from Gaetz to get attention, as he has developed a reputation as a firebrand Republican. He got into an argument with parents of the Parkland shooting victims over gun control before trying to have them ejected at a recent Judiciary Committee hearing.

It didn’t take long for Democrats to hit back at Gaetz for his comments, comparing it to witness intimidation. Bill Pascrell Jr., a Democrat representative from New Jersey, said Gaetz comments were “grossly unethical and probably illegal.”

Gaetz comments are also the latest in a string of comments by Republicans to try and discredit Cohen going into Wednesday’s testimony. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said, “It’s laughable that anyone would take a convicted liar like Cohen at his word, and pathetic to see him given yet another opportunity to spread his lies.”

Regardless, Cohen’s testimony is going to be something to watch and could provide yet another interesting wrinkle to the Trump Presidency.

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Michael Cohen is set to testify before the House on Wednesday. Cohen (C), former attorney for President Donald Trump, leaves after testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on Feb. 26, 2019 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images