BuzzFeed is reporting that lawyers for President Donald Trump are contemplating trying to stop 60 Minutes from airing an interview with adult film actress Stormy Daniels about her alleged affair with Donald Trump.
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, has given Cohen until noon on Tuesday to respond and says she will wire the money by Friday "to an account designated by the president", according to a letter Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti sent to Cohen and his lawyer, Lawrence Rosen.
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. Cohen has acknowledged the payment but denied that the payment was linked to his boss.
But Daniels argues in a recently filed lawsuit that Trump never signed the agreement, making it null and void.
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Days after Stormy Daniels' lawyer confirmed that his client had an alleged affair with President Trump (prior to his presidency), Trump has commented on how his wife, Melania, is doing.
Daniels would also be allowed to "publish any text messages, photos and/or videos relating to the President that she may have in her possession, all without fear of retribution and legal liability for damages", it said. "The president has denied the allegations against him", Sanders said.
'It has always been about Ms. Clifford being allowed to tell the truth. Although a judge might rule that Daniels must stay quiet until the lawsuit reaches a conclusion, an injunction would not undo the interview she gave last week or compel CBS to pretend it didn't happen.
In exchange, Daniels wants the original nondisclosure agreement torn up. She claims in that suit to have had an "intimate" relationship with 2006 and 2007.
The New York Times, in an editorial "Self Censorship at CBS", said: "60 Minutes' has made a decision to spike an interview with a tobacco-industry whistleblower out of fear of a lawsuit that the industry had not even threatened to file".