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April 04, 2018

Lawyer Tells Megyn Kelly Stormy Can Describe Trump's Genitals

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for AVN Hall of Famer Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against Donald Trump, told NBC News interviewer Megyn Kelly on Tuesday that when Daniels’ much-anticipated 60 Minutes interview aired on March 25, CBS had deleted many of the most graphic details. Among those details, he said, is that Daniels can accurately describe the appearance of Trump’s penis. Avenatti also told Kelly that he has been in contact with eight women who have made “similar allegations” against Trump, detailing “similar circumstances” to Daniels allegations. Daniels says that she had a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006. In 2016, just days before the presidential election, Trump’s personal lawyer and self-described “fix-it guy” Michael Cohen paid her $130,000 in “hush money” to keep quiet about the affair. Her allegations are similar to those made by former Playboy Playmate of the Year Karen McDougal, who was paid $150,000 to silence her about an affair with Trump that, she says, took place at the same time as the Trump-Daniels relationship. In a New Yorker investigation on McDougal’s allegations published in February, the magazine reported that Trump maintains a “system” of payoffs and non-disclosure contracts to conceal his repeated marital infidelities. In Tuesday’s interview with Megyn Kelly, which may be viewed online at this link, Avenatti said that CBS shied away from letting Daniels reveal the most intimate details of her affair with Trump because the network is “conservative.” “60 Minutes and CBS, as you know, they are a conservative network. I mean there is a lot of information that was said during that interview that did not make it into the final 60 Minutes,” Avenatti told Kelly in the interview. “They play it very close to the vest. For instance, she can describe the President’s genitalia in great detail. That did not make it.” Avenatti’s revelation comes one day after the lawyer formally requested that the United States Treasury Department release information about the $130,000 bank transfer between Cohen and Daniels, through her then-attorney. Avenatti calls the activity surrounding the payment “suspicious,” and in fact, the First Republic Bank which Cohen used to make the transfer filed an official “suspicious activity” report with the Treasury over the money transfer. Also on Monday, Trump attached his own name to a court motion that would force the dispute over Daniel’s “hush” agreement into private arbitration. Avenatti said that he and Daniels would “vigorously oppose” Trump’s motion, which if granted would keep details of the alleged affair and hush money deal “hidden from the American public.”

 
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