Stormy Daniels Offers To Pay Back $130000 So She Can Talk Trump

Marsha Scott
March 13, 2018

An adult film actress who said she had sex with President Donald Trump offered Monday to return the $130,000 she was paid for agreeing not to discuss the alleged relationship.

Daniels, who was paid $130,000 in hush money as part of the non-disclosure agreement, last week announced she was suing Trump over the agreement-alleging he purposely did not sign it so that he could disavow any knowledge of the agreement and Daniels in future.

CBS has not confirmed the date when the interview will air, CNN reported, or even that the interview has been recorded at all. Daniels said he compared her to his daughter Ivanka Trump and offered a spot on the reality TV show.

Her lawyer Michael Avenatti insisted Daniels" desire to speak out "has never been about the money", but rather that she wants to be "allowed to tell the truth'. Given the hints Daniels has already dropped about the type of thing she might release to the American people if unmuzzled, Cohen would be well-advised to hire as many lawyers as possible who are smarter than he is.

In exchange, Clifford wants to end the deal she made with Cohen not to discuss a relationship she says she had with Trump starting in July 2016 and lasting almost a year. The White House did not respond to a request for comment on Monday.

Prezzy is more than likely referring to the fact that he's now being sued by Stormy Daniels over an alleged affair they had in 2006, due to Trump allegedly never signing a "hush agreement" to keep their tryst private.

There have been all sorts of complications surrounding this incident-like whether the 2016 payment from Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, might have violated election law-but Daniels has remained in the spotlight for weeks.

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In January, the tabloid weekly InTouch published a 2011 interview with Daniels in which she described having sex with Trump, but her description in that interview was unremarkable, saying, "It was textbook generic".

The porn actress, however, feels that she doesn't have to abide by the agreement because Cohen forgot to get Trump to sign it. Cohen's signature is on it and Daniels' is, but Trump's isn't.

According to the New York Times, Avenatti set a deadline of noon Tuesday for Cohen to respond to the offer.

He maintained that payout came directly from him, not from the Trump Organization or the campaign.

Cohen has, however, obtained a temporary restraining order barring Daniels from sharing any "confidential information" related to their agreement.

Lawyers for President Donald Trump are attempting to stop Stormy Daniels interview from airing on 60 Minutes.

Other reports by MaliBehiribAe

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