Stormy Daniels willing to repay 'hush money' over Trump affair, lawyer says

Stormy Daniels has offered to give back a $130,000 fee paid to her by Donald Trump's personal lawyer in return for her silence about her alleged affair with the future U.S. president.

Avenatti's letter promised to "pay $130,000 to President Trump by wire transfer", by Friday, March 16, in exchange for a nullification of the non-disclosure agreement she signed before the 2016 presidential election.

"In the event this offer is not accepted in a writing delivered to me on or before that date and time, the offer shall automatically be deemed withdrawn in its entirety and shall be null and void", Avenatti adds. It's unclear when or if that interview will air, but lawyers for the president are considering mounting a challenge to keep CBS from airing the segment, BuzzFeed reported.

Letter offering to give back $130,000 in swap for freedom to talk.

"This has never been about the money", Clifford's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told NBC News. Given the hints Daniels has already dropped about the type of thing she might release to the American people if unmuzzled, Cohen would be well-advised to hire as many lawyers as possible who are smarter than he is. The two have been in the White House for a little more than a year as Donald has been marked one of the most controversial Presidents yet.

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He explained that five people were wounded in eastern Jabalia, one in eastern Gaza city and four others in Khan Younis. At least 30 Palestinians and two Israelis have been killed since Trump's December 6 announcement.

The White House - which has repeatedly denied the alleged affair - declined to comment.

"Just a few days before, there had been a debate with Donald Trump schlepping Bill Clinton's accusers in order to make his wife, who was his opponent, uncomfortable", Navarro said.

Daniels previously told In Touch magazine in 2011 that she had a sexual encounter with Trump, who was best known as a real estate mogul and the host of "The Apprentice" at the time. He said neither the Trump Organisation nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Clifford.

According to the New York Times, CBS is now fact-checking the 60 Minutes segment and submitting it to the network's legal team for review.

Cohen has, however, obtained a temporary restraining order barring Daniels from sharing any "confidential information" related to their agreement.

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