Michael Avenatti, Daniels’ attorney, said Wednesday that the woman who claims to have had sex with President Trump in 2006 recorded about two hours of an interview. About 15 minutes aired on the March 25 episode, which apparently didn’t include some of her more salacious tidbits.
“She can describe the President’s genitalia in great detail,” Avenatti told Megyn Kelly on her show, resulting in groans from the host and her audience.
President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, allegedly paid Daniels $130,000 as part of a hush agreement. She and her lawyer are now arguing that Cohen broke the non-disclosure agreement when he went public with the contract.
“It’s obvious the President knew about the agreement. It’s obvious he had something to do with the payment. It’s clear as day,” Avenatti told Kelly.
Davis Schwartz, Cohen’s lawyer, told WABC Radio that Avenatti’s claims about the description are untrue.
“This is utter nonsense,” he said on the “Curtis and Cosby” show. “Avenatti and his client are grandstanding. They have nothing.”
Keith Davidson, an attorney who represented both Daniels and Karen McDougal, a Playboy model who has also alleged an affair with Trump, told CNN Wednesday that he’s waiting for the “whole truth” to come out.
CBS did not immediately return a request for comment about the “60 Minutes” interview.
The White House has denied the allegations.
On – 05 Apr, 2018 By Kate Feldman