Trump’s counsel reportedly paid a porn star $130,000 just before the election to keep her still about an purported passionate confront with Trump


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  • President Donald Trump’s top lawyer, Michael Cohen,
    paid a porn star $130,000 so she wouldn’t plead an alleged
    2006 passionate confront with Trump, The Wall Street Journal
    reported Friday, citing people informed with the
    matter.
  • Stephanie Clifford, whose theatre name is Stormy Daniels,
    has pronounced secretly that the confront happened at a Jul 2006
    luminary golf contest in Lake Tahoe, the report
    says.

One of President Donald Trump’s top lawyers sent $130,000 to a
porn star just weeks before the 2016 presidential election to
keep her wordless about an purported 2006 passionate confront with
Trump, The Wall Street Journal reported
Friday.

Citing people informed with the matter, the journal reported
that Michael Cohen, who was the Trump Organization’s top attorney
for about a decade, organised for the remuneration to Stephanie
Clifford, whose theatre name is Stormy Daniels, in Oct 2016
after a traffic between her counsel and Cohen on a
nondisclosure agreement.

Clifford has pronounced secretly that the confront happened at a July
2006 luminary golf contest in Lake Tahoe, the report says.

Trump married his third wife, Melania Trump, in 2005.

Though the boss faces some-more than a dozen allegations of
passionate bungle dating back decades, “in this matter, there is
no claim of a nonconsensual interaction,” The Journal
reported.

“These are old, recycled reports, which were published and
strongly denied before to the election,” a White House official
told The Journal of the purported encounter. The central did not
answer questions about payment, the report says.

Cohen pronounced in a matter to The Journal that Trump “once again
vehemently denies any such occurrence as has Ms. Daniels.” Cohen
also did not residence any payment.

“This is now the second time that you are lifting outlandish
allegations against my client,” Cohen added. “You have attempted
to continue this fake criticism for over a year; a narrative
that has been consistently denied by all parties given at least
2011.”

The report says Cohen emailed a two-paragraph matter addressed
“TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN” and sealed “Stormy Daniels” that denied
any rendezvous in a “sexual and/or romantic affair” with Trump.

“Rumors that we have perceived hush income from Donald Trump are
totally false,” the matter said.

Clifford did not respond to The Journal, which pronounced his camp
“complained the remuneration wasn’t being done fast adequate and
threatened to cancel the deal.”

The Journal also published a 2006 photo of Trump with Clifford
from her Myspace account.

Another adult-film star, Jessica Drake, in Oct 2016 accused
Trump of kissing her but permission at that same 2006 golf
tournament. The White House has called her indictment “totally
fake and ridiculous.”

A representative for Clifford did not immediately return Business
Insider’s ask for comment.

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