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Adult movie star does not require that the confidentiality agreement that you signed is valid, because it is the President of Trump’s signature is missing.

Adult film star Stormy Daniels has offered, the $ 130,000 payment received in the year of 2016 to speak in exchange for the freedom, about her alleged encounter with President Trump.

Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti, wrote a letter Monday, obtained by Fox News”, Trump’s longtime personal attorney, from the six-figure payment and his lawyer.

Avenatti letter “to pay promised $130,000 to President Trump-by-wire-transfer” from Friday, March 16, in exchange for a waiver of the confidentiality agreement that they signed before the 2016 presidential elections.

“Mr. Cohen, and the President should take this offer and allow it to learn the American people the truth,” Avenatti told Fox News on Monday.

Avenatti also wrote that, if the payment was returned, none of the parties would be able to take legal action “for the prevention of Mrs Clifford’s interview with Anderson Cooper of “60 minutes” from airing in public.”


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Buzzfeed News reported at the weekend that the President, were the lawyers looking at options to stop CBS News from airing the interview with Daniels.

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The President has long claims denied of any relationship with Daniels.

Cohen’s lawyer, Lawrence Rosen, told Fox News that there is an agreement with a referee, Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, violated by the filing of their lawsuit last week. Daniels was not the actions ordered by an arbitrator to the President. Cohen then supposedly an injunction against Daniels, the blocking receive their disclosure of “confidential information” in connection with the confidentiality agreement signed in October 2016.

“The settlement agreement contained an arbitration clause, which permitted the EC, LLC, for an injunction in the event of a breach or threatened breach of the agreement,” Rosen said in a statement to Fox News last week. “The designated judge from the court of arbitration found that Mrs Clifford had violated the agreement and ordered her, among other things, the filing of this lawsuit.”

Neither Cohen nor roses immediately responded to Fox News’ request for comment, whether you accept Daniels would be to offer to return the payment.

Fox News’ Kristin Brown contributed to this report.

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

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