Stormy Daniels plays cameo role in Trump comedy sketch

Adult film actress Stephanie Clifford also known as Stormy Daniels with her lawyer Michael Avenatti in New York City

Stormy Daniels plays cameo role in Trump comedy sketch

That spurred widespread confusion over whether the former NY mayor, now on Trump's payroll, was disclosing information he'd been told by the president, stating USA government policy or merely describing his own impression of events. "I mean this guy's all over the map over the last 72 hours on some very simple facts that should be very straightforward", Avenatti said.

Giuliani, who now serves on the president's legal team, was discussing the $130,000 payment Cohen made to Daniels before the 2016 election, a payment about which Trump might not have known despite him reimbursing Cohen.

"The president will not sit down for an interview because this investigation has now reached a level of bad faith (that) this is no longer a good-faith investigation", the onetime prosecutor said on "Fox News Sunday". Giuliani is appearing on ABC's "This Week". They don't have obstruction. If I am your surrogate I go out and make the rounds on these shows and I say what I say.

Giuliani said that that the plan for the weekend was for Trump to focus on foreign affairs, while the lawyers dealt with matters related to Stormy Daniels' lawsuit and Michael Cohen's legal trouble.

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Giuliani, who said he had other TV appearances lined up to give away secret information, was then looped by Cohen. He basically said that well it may have had something to do with the campaign, but it also has to do with personal issues.

He added that $130,000 was "not a lot of money" for such types of settlements. I never thought United States dollars 130,000 was a real payment, it's a nuisance payment.

Giuliani maintained Sunday that the payment can't be considered an in-kind campaign contribution because there was another explanation for it. "When I settle - when it's a real possibility, it's a couple million dollars, not $130,000".

"You have foreign governments reading the tea leaves based on what people like Giuliani are saying", Price said, pointing to the former mayor's declaration about the detainees in North Korea.

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"Are you confident that his testimony and the Stormy Daniels payment won't contradict the president?" he was asked. I know you don't believe in climate change. "Cohen didn't even ask". For his own reasons, Cohen says, he made the payment with no expectation of getting reimbursed. "He did his job".

"The president had effectively an extramarital affair slush fund that was administered by Michael Cohen, and that he would just be expected to take care of these things; they were a regular occurrence", Avenatti said.

April 5, 2018: On Air Force One, Trump is asked directly if he knew about the payment to Daniels.

And The Associated Press writes, "In an interview Sunday with ABC's This Week, Giuliani dismissed as rumor his own statements about Trump's payment to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, said he can't speak to whether the president lied to the American people when he denied knowledge of the silencing agreement and wouldn't rule out the president asserting his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in the Russian Federation investigation".

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Daniels has been locked in a legal battle with President Trump, seeking to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement she and Cohen had signed more than a decade ago. "But I would think if it was necessary, yes".

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