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WASHINGTON – The company of Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, offered Friday to withdraw Stormy Daniels’ hush-money agreement and its planned 20 million dollars to let a lawsuit against the porn actress allegedly against the deal.
A lawyer for the Main consultant said, the company wants to contain Daniels repayment of $ 130,000, which was paid for as part of the confidentiality agreement, which was signed days before the 2016 presidential elections, said in a letter, in a Friday court filing.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, claimed she had sued an affair with Trump in 2006 that denied trump, and was, void the confidentiality agreement.
Key advisers agreed to resign Daniels’ agreement and to defend his plan in the private arbitration. It would also fall, said his plan to sue Daniels for more than $20 million for the breach of the agreement by discussions about her alleged relationship with trump, Essential consultant lawyer Brent Blakely, in the letter to your lawyer.
The company was Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, who pleaded guilty in Federal court in the last month of the campaign-Finance violations and other charges Cohen the judge said that he and Trump had arranged, the payment of hush money to Daniel’s, and a former Playboy model, to influence the election.
Daniel’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti, has vowed to force them to offer trump testimony under oath in the case, but Friday night could hinder the development, if a judge dismisses Daniels’ case.
Avenatti told The Associated Press that on Friday, the development is “a stunt by Michael Cohen tried to fix it, so that Donald Trump is not discontinued.”
Avenatti said he did not accept the offer and would trump not with the case without settling. He believes that the court, he said the invalidity of the agreement due to violation of campaign-Finance laws.
Daniels is also sued Trump and Cohen for libel.