Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Trump lawyers want to stop '60 Minutes' from airing Stormy Daniels interview

Trump lawyers want to stop '60 Minutes' from airing Stormy Daniels interview

Daniels spoke to CNN and explained that she's "more in demand" after all of the drama surfaced surrounding her accusations. She said the ongoing saga has boosted her visibility and immediate career prospects.

"The idea that an attorney would go off on his own, without his client's knowledge and engage in this type of negotiation and enter into this type of agreement, quite honestly I think is ludicrous", Avenatti said. "Now I'm dancing three or four times a month so that's been really great", she told CNN Friday night after her performance at the Solid Gold gentleman's club in Florida. "Everybody is laughing about him giving her $130,00, if it came from him, but he'll get a ten-fold return on that money if in fact she speaks and violates this agreement".

"It's sort of overshadowing a lot of the adult films I'm supposed to be promoting, and a lot of the mainstream projects that I was actively working on have been indefinitely put on hold".

She sat down for an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, which included revelations such as her "safe word", which she said is "penguin". "So, they say "hey, you're a whore..."

Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti shared the Buzzfeed report on Twitter.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders declined to discuss the case, except to say that Trump has denied the allegations, and "this case has already been won in arbitration".

"I'm one of the most successful adult movie directors in the business", she said.

Well, not exactly around the block, but Avenatti told CNN's Michael Smerconish that there are at least 10 donors willing to pony up millions, if necessary. "I have a contract that's been in place for several years and I actually just renegotiated, and got a new contract".

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