Stormy Daniels says Trump scandal good for business

Danny Woods
March 12, 2018

Michael Avenatti, the attorney for the actress whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, told Michael Smerconish of CNN that his client would be covered if she made a decision to violate a confidentiality agreement.

"There's nothing that anyone can say that I haven't heard", she said.

Daniels' attorney said that the actress is not seriously considering any of the offers.

The first, dated October 26, 2016, was sent to Cohen's Trump Organization email address by Elizabeth Rappaport, assistant to Gary Farro, senior managing director at First Republic Bank.

'We may see that, ' Avenatti said.

Daniels' attorney says that there is "no question" that the President knew about the payoff.

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Well, not exactly around the block, but Avenatti told CNN's Michael Smerconish that there are at least 10 donors willing to pony up millions, if necessary.

"Now, yes, I'm more in demand", Clifford told CNN.

"Ooo! Where? Where?! Oh, you've got me", she said while offering her hands to be cuffed, only to be disappointed when Colbert clarified immigration agents weren't actually there.

"Stephen, I told you before, I don't care about this woman, Slimey Manholes", said Benanti as Trump. "How about next week I pay you quadruple", show me one person who's going to say no'. According to her website, she started out as a dancer in Louisiana before moving to Los Angeles to make porn films. "I am one of the most successful adult movie directors in the business", she said.

The appearance comes after it was reported that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen used his professional Trump Organization email address to correspond with Daniels about her NDA.

Cohen has never stated the reason for payment.

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