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President Trump, in an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt, insisted he only knew about the hush money payments to Michael Cohen “later” despite his ex-lawyer claims to the contrary, during the maintenance, they were not campaign funds.

“Later, I knew it. Later on. What he did—and they were not financed from the campaign, which is a great thing. This is a much bigger deal,” Trump said on Wednesday. “You come out of the campaign? They came not from the campaign, they came from me.”

President Barroso listed after its former long-time personal lawyer and self-proclaimed “fixer,” a confession with Federal prosecutors Tuesday, admitting to the violation of campaign-Finance laws by arranging hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal “in the direction” of then-candidate trump.

The agreement stated the payments were meant to influence the election-by the was involved to affair allegations and the campaign.

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“I don’t know if you know, but I said tweeted about the payments” Trump in the “Fox & Friends” interview, push back. “But you don’t have it from the campaign. In fact, my first question, as I had heard of it, they came out of the campaign, because that might be tricky a little. And they came not from the campaign, and that’s great.”

He added: “But you were not there …. this is not a campaign violation.”

The President was on his 3. To report to the may tweets about his exchange, the Cohen for the $ 130,000 payment to Daniels.

“Mr Cohen, a lawyer, received a monthly fee from the campaign, and had nothing to do with the campaign, from which it is entered into, by spare, is a private contract between two parties, known as non-disclosure agreement or NDA,” Trump tweeted.

Mr. Cohen, a lawyer, received a monthly fee from the campaign, and had nothing to do with the campaign, from which it is entered into, by spare, is a private contract between two parties, known as non-disclosure agreement or NDA. These agreements are…..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3. May 2018

…very common among the celebrities and people of wealth. In this case, it is in full force and effect and will be used in arbitration for damages against Mrs Clifford (Daniels). The agreement was used to stop the false and speculative allegations of her having an affair,……

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3. May 2018

…in spite of already with the signing of a detailed letter admitting that there is no affair. Prior to her injury by Mrs Clifford and her lawyer, a private agreement was. Money from the campaign, or campaign contributions played no role in this transaction.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3. May 2018

“These agreements are very common among celebrities and people of wealth. In this case, it is in full force and effect and will be used in arbitration for damages against Mrs Clifford (Daniels). The agreement was used to stop the false and extortionist allegations of her having an affair” Trump added, continuing, “…in spite of already with the signing of a detailed letter admitting that there is no affair. Prior to her injury by Mrs Clifford and her lawyer, a private agreement was. Money from the campaign, or campaign contributions played no role [sic] in this transaction.”

Trump, who is referred to in these tweets, written a letter and signed by Daniels in January, stating “with absolute clarity” that the allegations of an affair with trump were “totally wrong.”

Despite admitting to knowing about the payments on this week, and on Twitter in may, the President initially said that he had transaction no knowledge about the 130,000 US Dollar.

In may, Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, Fox News said that Trump “to know the details until we knew the details of this,” adding that Trump thought it was the cover was not specified “expenses” after the publication of a financial disclosure.

Cohen, also pleaded guilty to various charges of bank and tax fraud, and face 65 years in prison, initially, the money he paid to Daniels came out of his own pocket.

“If you have a different attorney General and she looked at it a lot differently,” said a look at President Obama, he had had a massive campaign to injury, but he’s Trump.

Trump on Obama’s 2008 campaign fined $375,000 will be covered by the Federal Election Commission for a series of missing notices for more than 1,300 posts. They amounted to $1.8 million.

But Lanny Davis, Cohen’s lawyer, argued that there is little room for interpretation as to whether the President was in legal trouble.

“There is no question, he’s committed a Federal crime,” Davis said on “America’s Newsroom” on Wednesday. He also argued that it never had been settled, whether a seat will be charged may be President, despite suggestions to the contrary, Trump allies.

At the output of the Daniels of payment, as well as McDougal of the case, where it was $ 150,000 paid by the parent company of the National Enquirer for her story about an alleged 2006 affair with trump, who published it never. Cohen admitted Tuesday to an excessive campaign contribution and causing an illegal corporate contribution.

According to Cohen’s plea deal, Davis initially said that Trump’s lawyers wrote a letter and Special Counsel Robert Mueller to admit trump “Director” Cohen, to the payment to Daniels, whose real name Stephanie Clifford.

But Davis’ team has not corrected himself to CNN’s John Berman on Wednesday, noting he spoke about a letter to Mueller’s team, but the financial disclosure form filed by trump in may.

IMPORTANT: in interviews, including on @NewDay, Lanny Davis, said the President of the lawyers wrote a letter to the Special Counsel to admit that @realdonaldtrump: “directing,” Michael Cohen, payments, Stormy Daniels.

Davis’ people are now clear,… (MORE)

— John Berman (@John Berman) August 22, 2018

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

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