"She's going to be able to provide very specific details about what happened here", Avenatti said.
In recent weeks, Ms. Clifford's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, has led a publicity blitz, appearing frequently on cable news shows, since she filed a lawsuit on March 6 seeking to break her 2016 agreement.
According to Munyan, during one of those conversations, Trump offered Daniels keys to an apartment in NY, which he says Daniels refused. Avenatti also mentioned that every time Daniels speaks out, Trump lawyer Michael Cohen threatens Daniels with a $1 million dollar fine.
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When asked if he had any doubt as to whether Trump himself directed the payment, Avenatti said, "None". Daniels received the money in exchange for her silence regarding an alleged 2006 affair with then-Apprentice host and current POTUS Donald Trump.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has filed a complaint against the President over a nondisclosure agreement she claims is void.
"We hope [the interview will air]", he said. If she's been threatened by randos, that's bad but unfortunately a fait accompli when you pose a political risk to one side or the other in modern America.
The payment, which Cohen admitted to making, was made through a private LLC.
"We have a substantial amount of evidence and facts supporting the allegations in the complaint", Avenatti said.
"We've been approached by six separate women who have claimed to have similar stories to that of my client", Michael Avenatti told CNN's "New Day" Friday morning.