Trump lawyer ignores porn star's offer to return hush money


Trump lawyer ignores porn star's offer to return hush money

Stormy's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, has appeared in several interviews - like the above MSNBC interview - wherein the attorney vowed to keep fighting along with Daniels to allow her to speak freely and tell her version of events about her alleged adulterous affair with Trump in 2006 and 2007.

Stormy Daniels claims that she signed the sworn statement over the alleged affair with Donald Trump because of "intimidation and coercive tactics", but a witness of the signing is refuting her claims as simply "asinine".

Clifford's attorney, Michael Avenatti, said Cohen had not responded to the offer by Clifford's proposed deadline of noon on Tuesday. While Trump's camp has denied the relationship, Daniels's lawyers have said the affair did happen and that the non-disclosure agreement was invalid because it was not signed by Trump.

Keith Munyan, a 56-year-old photographer who is one of the four people included in her NDA, spoke to the Washington Post and says that she would routinely put Trump on speaker phone and that would drone on for hours about mindless drivel. However, questions have arisen about the lack of Trump's signature on the agreement.

CBS's "60 Minutes " taped an interview with Daniels and producers are working to verify claims she made.

The possibility of Daniels owning any pre-existing images/videos of Trump engaged in any lewd acts would definitely be a presidential first; however, he hasn't exactly fit the diplomatic politician mould throughout his short tenure in office. Neither Cohen, nor his lawyer Lawrence Rosen responded to a request for comment.

The New York Times reported last week that the president's lawyer had secretly obtained a temporary restraining order to prevent Clifford from speaking out about her alleged affair with Trump.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told a briefing last week that Trump had won an arbitration proceeding against Clifford.

Daniels sued Trump last week, contending that the nondisclosure agreement should be voided because Trump never signed it.