Stormy Daniels discussed affair with Trump in 2007 radio appearance

Adult film actress  director Stormy Daniels attends the 2016 AVN Awards at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Adult film actress director Stormy Daniels attends the 2016 AVN Awards at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Stormy Daniels claims that she signed the sworn statement over the alleged affair with Donald Trump because of "intimidation and coercive tactics", but a witness of the signing is refuting her claims as simply "asinine".

"Although neither Daniels nor the host says Trump's name in the 2007 audio", Kaczynski noted, "she can be heard describing key details that match the description of her alleged affair with Trump".

Trump denies the affair. Munyan alleges that Trump offered Daniels condos New York City and Florida (both of which she declined) and even promised her a spot on The Apprentice.

Following initial reports of Cohen's payment to Daniels, Cohen said Trump "vehemently denies" any affair.

Clifford's attorney, Michael Avenatti, sent Cohen a letter offering to wire $130,000 by Friday to an account designated by the President.

Once a new agreement is signed, the letter said, Clifford would also be able to use and publish any text messages, photos and videos relating to Trump that she might possess.

"As we have always said, this is about a search for the truth and the ability of Ms. Clifford to tell the American people what really happened so they can make their own determination", Avenatti said of the offer.

He contended Daniels always meant to remain silent, until Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, began giving interviews and bringing the matter to public light.

Clifford could face a $1 million penalty if she breaks the nondisclosure agreement. Meanwhile, CNN notes that the 60 Minutes interview that Stormy allegedly taped could potentially air on Sunday. Larry Rosen, Cohen's lawyer, has not responded to multiple requests for comment.

A lawyer for Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, reportedly put in the request on Friday, claiming that because Judge Elizabeth Feffer of Los Angeles Superior Court is now seeking a federal appointment, it would not be appropriate for her to make a judgment in a case involving the president.

The offer from Avenatti came after White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told a briefing last week that Trump had won an arbitration proceeding against Clifford.

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