Trump asking for advice on Stormy Daniels situation

Nellie Chapman
March 14, 2018

"We do not believe it is appropriate for her to preside over this case, which obviously involves the president, in light of this fact", said Michael Avenatti, who represents Daniels.

Both President Trump and the White House continue to deny that there was ever a relationship or connection between Daniels and the president.

Once a new agreement is signed, the letter said, Clifford would also be able to use and publish any text messages, photos and videos relating to Trump that she might possess. It also threatens to erode the president's support among evangelical voters. She signed a nondisclosure agreement related to their relationship that Trump's personal lawyer paid her $130,000 for in 2016.

When Donald Trump Jr. was asked about Stormy on Monday, March 12, the president's son continued to eat his ice cream and tell reporters that they weren't speaking about the Daniels topic at the moment, as reported by the Inquisitr.

Regardless of whether Cohen accepts Clifford's offer, the money is the subject of a complaint by the watchdog group Common Cause to the Federal Election Commission.

But Avenatti revealed in a tweet on Tuesday, that Trump and Cohen had missed the deadline to revoke the contract.

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The president of CBS News says a "60 Minutes" interview Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels who alleges she had an affair with President Trump, is very much in the works and will air soon, despite reports of legal threats from Mr. Trump's lawyer. By sending the money to Trump, it would involve the President - who has never acknowledged the agreement or the affair - in the case.

He contended Daniels always meant to remain silent, until Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, began giving interviews and bringing the matter to public light.

In exchange, the settlement agreement between Clifford, Trump and Cohen's company would be "deemed null and void in their entirety".

Clifford could face a US$1 million penalty if she breaks the nondisclosure agreement. The White House also did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Clifford's attorney, Michael Avenatti, sent Cohen a letter offering to wire $130,000 by Friday to an account designated by the President.

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