Trump Lawyer Cohen Denies Threatening Daniels

Cheryl Sanders
March 20, 2018

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, took the polygraph test at a doctor's office in Las Vegas on May 19, 2011, according to a copy of the exam obtained by the Daily News.

Porn star Stormy Daniels will go to court on July 12 in a bid to dissolve an agreement stopping her discussing an affair she says she had with President Donald Trump, according to court papers published Wednesday. At the same time, Trump's lawyers have threatened to sue Daniels for $20 million for violating the agreement 20 times. The polygraph showed she truthfully said she had unprotected sex with Trump around July 2006.

A pornographic actress who claims she had a sexual fling with Donald Trump in 2006 and 2007 passed a polygraph exam in May 2011 on the subject.

She also said Trump told her she would get on his television show, "The Apprentice", but the accuracy of that answer was inconclusive. The announcement comes the same day Trump's lawyers motioned to transfer the lawsuit from a California state court to a federal court in Los Angeles.

'Where are his test results claiming otherwise? A lawyer for Michael Cohen's Essential Consultants limited liability company - which paid Daniels $130,000 under the agreement - made the filing, and said that Daniels violated the deal "at least" 20 times.

Avenatti said in response that "there is little question at this point that Mr. Cohen's credibility is highly suspect".

Cohen and Trump have turned Daniels' lawsuit into a federal case and asked a judge to toss it into private arbitration - a condition of the agreement that Clifford wants voided. Both answers had a less than 1% chance of being false, Slay concluded.

"I am attempting to speak honestly and openly to the American people about my relationship with now President Donald Trump, as well as the intimidation and tactics that he, together with his attorney Michael Cohen, have used to silence me", Daniels writes on her CrowdJustice page.

"What is shocking to me is, I haven't received a single request, not one, from Fox News", Avenatti said on MSNBC's "The Beat" after noting that he's done interviews with a slew of news outlets.

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