Porn actress Stormy Daniels threatened by Trump's people

Donald Trump Stormy Daniels

Donald Trump Stormy Daniels

"My client was physically threatened to stay silent about what she knew about Donald Trump", he said on CNN on Friday.

Avenatti said that Clifford would tell more of her story in an interview taped with CBS News' "60 Minutes".

"She's going to be able to provide very specific details about what happened here", Avenatti said.

In recent weeks, Ms. Clifford's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, has led a publicity blitz, appearing frequently on cable news shows, since she filed a lawsuit on March 6 seeking to break her 2016 agreement. He added: "The American people can judge for themselves on who is telling the truth and who is not telling the truth". Daniel sued Trump last week, arguing the agreement is null because Trump never signed the NDA. If you somehow have been under a giant rock for the past month or so, Cohen has admitted to paying $130,000 to Daniels (real name: Stephanie Clifford). In an article for the Washington Post, CBS declined to comment ob whether or not it made any legal arrangements with Clifford and declined to confirm or deny whether it's seen any legal threats from Trump's team.

Stormy Daniels' estranged father, Bill Gregory, told Inside Edition he will be tuning in, adding that he's concerned for his daughter's safety, and he's anxious about Trump supporters going after her. The offer had a deadline of noon Tuesday for Mr. Cohen to answer, which came and went.

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It does not, however, require approval from Congress, where it may have faced opposition due the pro-gun ownership lobby's power. Trump has also backed a ban on "bump stocks", accessories that enable semi-automatic rifles to fire hundreds of rounds a minute.

Daniels' lawyers have claimed that was hush money that she wants to return.

Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti spoke to ABC News' Tom Llamas on February 7, 2018. But unfortunately, I do not have the vast resources to fight Mr. Trump and Mr. Cohen alone.

The alleged existence, however, of at least six other women with similar stories to Daniels is not merely a sex scandal - it creates serious risks for the United States government.

Avenatti said that the idea that an attorney would make such a payment on behalf of a client without even consulting the client was "ludicrous, preposterous, ridiculous, without any basis in fact, it's unheard of, and ... it's nonsense".

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