A court has ordered Trump must pay Stormy Daniels's legal fees of $43,000 which were tied to the 2016 payoff agreement.
U.S. District Judge Michael Watson in Columbus ruled that President Donald Trump cannot use a $450,000 settlement adult film actress Stormy Daniels received over a botched arrest at a strip club to cover his attorney fees.
The lawyers — Sheri Dillon and Stefan Passantino — were formerly employed in the White House and responsible for the president’s ethics and financial disclosures.
Adult entertainer Stormy Daniels appears to be unhappy with her lawyer, Michael Avenatti. Not only may she get a new lawyer, but Avenatti could be facing an ethics investigation in the near future as well. This is because of the public accusations which she made against Avenatti on Wednesday.
Trump has always maintained that he did not have extramarital affairs with adult-film actress Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal. He also said that he knew nothing about payments made to them to keep them quiet before the 2016 presidential campaign in which Trump won the presidency.
The Washington Examiner said in a tweet early Monday that President Trump “is going to hell” and that the conservative paper “is garbage.”
The identity of the person who posted the tweet was not disclosed although there is speculation that it may be a post by a disgruntled employee, or possibly a hacker.
Nicolle Wallace pointed out that every single Republican candidate who links themselves to Trump now tied to his misogyny, which will be all over the ballot.
From the most powerful bully pulpit in the world, Donald Trump called Stormy Daniels "Horseface" Tuesday morning, as he mocked her for the lawsuit she filed against him after her defamation suit against the president was dismissed because Trump's threats against her were protected by free speech laws.
A lawyer for U.S. President Donald Trump asked a federal judge on Monday to dismiss adult film actress Stormy Daniels' lawsuit challenging the validity of a $130,000 hush money agreement over a tryst she claimed they had more than a decade ago.
All right, this falls into the category of “more than you want to know.”
In her new tell-all book Stormy Daniels gives all the steamy details of her time with Donald Trump, including descriptions of his private parts and how he performed in bed.
One thing Donald Trump has done is to normalize craziness in the White House. We have come to expect some type of off-the-wall statement or behavior on the part of the president nearly every day. We are no longer surprised or shocked at scandals, because they have become the norm during Trump’s presidency.
The shell company established by Michael Cohen has agreed to tear up the 2016 “hush money” agreement with Trump mistress Stormy Daniels — and demanded that she repay the $130,000 payment she received, according to CNN. They also reported that Cohen’s lawyer claims that this latest action will “effectively put an end to the lawsuits” filed by Daniels.
Trump tried to lie in an interview about when he knew about the hush money payments on Fox News, but an audio tape that was already released by Michael Cohen proves that the president is not telling the truth.
On Thursday he announced that he has a new 2020-themed website called TheFight2020.com. The site is currently empty but has the headline “All the President’s Con Men.” It also shows a black-and-white photo of Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani wiping his face with a cloth.
Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti announced Thursday night in Los Angeles that he is now providing legal representation for three additional women who were paid by Donald Trump, The National Enquirer, and Michael Cohen to keep quiet about their sexual relationships with President Trump.
He also said that one of the three women claimed to be pregnant at the time.
In a subsequent tweet he also called upon Cohen and Trump to release “all the documents, all the tapes, NOW.”
The personal lawyer and fixer for the president, Michael Cohen, is now attempting to silence Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti. On Thursday Cohen filed for a restraining order against Avenatti to attempt to stop him from going on television and from speaking to the media about Daniels’ legal case.