News

Stormy Daniels’ motion to sell Trump, Cohen denied

in the vicinity


Video

Could help Stormy Daniels cover, Trump’s approval rating?

If the voters feel the media is picking on the President, it will change your sympathies to Trump? Mary Anne Marsh and Colin Reed to participate in the debate.

A Federal judge in Los Angeles refused to Stormy Daniels’ motion seeks President Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen to sell over 130,000 US dollars payment to the adult film star days, before the 2016 presidential elections.

U.S. district judge James Otero on Thursday denied the motion, stating that it was “procedurally premature.”

Daniels has publicly in 2006, claimed in a sexual encounter with Trump. She was recently on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” and claimed, Cohen staged a payment to you quietly.

The White house has repeated the claims denied. The question is whether the non-disclosure agreement, which was signed by Daniels –but not from Trump—is valid.

Otero ruled on Friday that “such a requirement is obsolete.”

“The parties wrote will be noted that the instant litigation is the most important thing on the Court docket,” Otero. “Requests for expedited proceedings, hearings and investigations it is not clear by the record, and quite despondent.”

The judge, a former President George W. Bush appointed, has a hearing for the 30. April.

Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti said he would refile the motion.

“We will compel refile the motion as soon as the DT, MC and EC, LLC-file your motion to, to hide difference in search, the facts from the point of view of the public. We expect this every day,” Avenatti tweeted Thursday.

Here an order of the Ct is to deny our motion as premature on procedural grounds. We will refile the motion to compel as soon as the DT, MC, EC, LLC-file your motion to hide the difference-search, the facts from the point of view of the public. We expect this every day. https://t.co/H85pmKdISK

— Michael Avenatti (@Michael Avenatti) March 29, 2018

If the motion were adopted, it would have been the first ousting of a sitting U.S. President since former President Bill Clinton in 1998, when he had to answer questions about his encounter with Paula Jones.

The White house, Daniels blasted the beginning of this week as “not compatible.”

The President has talked about it before, Sarah [Sanders] did this several times on the podium and we will have no further comment at this time,” a White House spokesman said on Thursday afternoon.

Fox News’ Lee Ross and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular