In a series of Sunday tweets Stormy Daniels’ Attorney Michael Avenatti said that President Donald Trump might shut down the Mueller investigation using ‘’spygate” as an excuse. No matter what happens with Mueller, however, the feisty lawyer gave assurances to his supporters by saying “WE are not going away.”
Trump finally admitted that he paid Michael Cohen back for the Stormy Daniels payment. The problem is that according to experts, he should have disclosed the payment last year.
Alec Baldwin helped out Joe Piscopo who wanted to know what to tell his kids about Stormy Daniels on SNL with the ultimate Trump/Stormy explanation.
The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Donald Trump attorney/fixer Michael Cohen received access to $774,000 of funding during the height of the president’s 2016 campaign. Cohen had previously said that he used $130,000 of his own money to pay off porn star Stormy Daniels to keep her quiet about her sexual relationship with Trump.
Trump threw a fit when asked about the Stormy Daniels payoff and called it crap, and the Russia investigation a witch hunt while complaining that nobody wants to talk about the fact that the country is running “so smooth.”
Sarah Huckabee Sanders had n answer when ABC's Jon Karl asked her how anyone can trust anything they hear from Trump and the White House when the president has such a blatant disregard for the truth.
Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti said that thanks to Rudy Giuliani contradicting Trump's story, the likelihood of getting Trump to testify under oath went up exponentially.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham blasted President Donald Trump’s new legal analyst and spokesman Rudy Giuliani, for contradicting Trump’s claims that he didn’t know about payments his personal attorney Michael Cohen allegedly made to former adult film star Stormy Daniels. Ingraham said that Giuliani’s televised comments were “a problem” because they contradicted what the president had earlier said about the matter.
The stable genius Donald Trump and his world-class lawyer/fixer Michael Cohen probably would be shocked to learn that the United States has federal laws that say how political campaign money can be spent, because based on their actions it seems that they don’t know that such laws even exist.
During an interview on MSNBC, Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti said that they are looking to get Trump under oath, and he asked the critical question of how Trump would know if the man who threatened Daniels was real or not?
Another one of Donald Trump’s porn star girlfriends is in the news today. Porn actress Jessica Drake appeared in an interview on ABC this morning saying that her friend and fellow porn star Stormy Daniels had confided in her, confirming Daniels story saying that she had been threatened in a parking lot and warned to keep quiet about her sexual relationship with the president.
Last week during a court hearing in New York Michael Cohen’s lawyers reluctantly disclosed a secret that a lot of people were hoping would remain hidden. They revealed, at the judge’s insistence, that Fox News host Sean Hannity has been a client of Donald Trump’s lawyer/fixer for a long time.
Michael Cohen’s attorney Brent Blakely was in a Los Angeles court on Friday arguing that the lawsuit filed by Stormy Daniels against Donald Trump’s personal lawyer-fixer should be delayed. The reason given is that because Cohen will be indicted in the near future the civil lawsuit should not continue at this time.
Stormy Daniels and her lawyer Michael Avenatti have proven that they are as adept as Donald Trump at generating media stories and staying in the public eye. The porn star’s latest gambit is her upcoming interview and photo spread in the May issue of Penthouse Magazine.
You know Donald Trump is feeling pretty threatened right now. Not only does he have Robert Mueller and Stormy Daniels to worry about, but James Comey’s book comes out on Tuesday.
Trump and the Republican National Committee are doing their best to discredit the former FBI Director, and this morning’s attacks by the president on Twitter are just his latest efforts to do this.
In front of his Security Council yesterday, Mr. Trump commented on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s earlier raid and warrant served on his longtime friend and lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Lashing out at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, calling the investigation a “witch hunt” and a “disgrace,” Trump said the following regarding the raid which took place in multiple locations earlier in the day:
On March 26th Denson became the fourth woman to sue Trump during his presidency, and the third to try to void a nondisclosure agreement (NDA).
In a series of TV interviews Michael Cohen’s lawyer David Schwartz may have destroyed Cohen’s claims that the Stormy Daniels nondisclosure agreement (NDA) is a valid contract.