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A lawyer for former adult star Stormy Daniels filed a motion Wednesday in Federal court, President of Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen has over 130,000 US dollars payment to Daniels days to sell, before the 2016 presidential elections.
Daniels has publicly claimed in 2006 in a sexual encounter with Trump and Cohen said staged a payment to you quietly. The White house denied his claims.
The question is whether the non-disclosure agreement, which was signed by Daniels – but Trump is not valid.
If this is successful, it would be the first ouster of a sitting President since Bill Clinton in 1998, in response to questions about his encounter with Paula Jones.
Lawyer Michael Avenatti documents were filed in the U.S. district court in California.
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Avenatti in question Trump and Cohen for “no more than two hours to make that.” In the lawsuit, he says the statements are necessary to determine whether Trump knew about the payment, which he refers to as a “silent agreement”, and if he agreed to it.
In a statement from CBS, Cohen’s lawyer, David Schwartz, called the filing a “reckless use of the legal system to continue to inflate, Michael Avenatti is the deflated ego and keep yourself relevant.”
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, detail their alleged 2006 encounter with Trump aired in a widely watched interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes” Sunday. She said she’d slept with him once, shortly after trump’s wife, Melania, the birth was the President, and the youngest son.
She also said that a man approached her in a Las Vegas Parking lot in 2011, when they with their little daughter and threatened her with physical harm if they went public with their story.
The interview prompted a new flood of legal action with a lawyer for Cohen demanded to apologize to Daniels in public, to his client for acceptance, he was involved in intimidation. Daniels responded with the submission of a revised Federal lawsuit accusing Cohen of slander.
Cohen said he paid $ 130,000 out of his own pocket, and that neither the Trump organization the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction. Avenatti has argued that the “silent agreement” Daniels signed in October of 2016, is invalid, because it is not signed by trump.
The judge in the case, S. James Otero, a George W. Bush appointee. A hearing is set for April 30.
Fox News’ Ross Lee and The Associated Press contributed to this report.