Stormy Daniels Makes a Surprise Appearance
- Author: Salvatore Jensen May 06, 2018,
May 06, 2018, 22:02
"Mr Trump knew that his false, disparaging statement would be read by people around the world, as well as widely reported, and that Ms Clifford would be subjected to threats of violence, economic harm and reputational damage as a result". Michael is my attorney.
He said that he and another one of Trump's attorneys, Jay Sekulow, had both discussed the possibility, and "hope we get a chance to tell him the risk he's taking" by talking to Mueller. He "negotiated a deal", Giuliani said, "in which he didn't admit the effectiveness of the subpoena". "It's not campaign money". And the fact is there's no way this was a campaign finance violation of any kind, nor was it a loan.
Maybe he just wanted a new pool.
Short, a former SNL cast member, donned a wig and round-framed glasses to become the show's version of Bornstein, who repeatedly shouts over the phone, "I guess you could say I was raped", at the top of his lungs and offers Cohen drugs (to which the Federal Bureau of Investigation agents roll their eyes in further disbelief).
". Hillary Clinton treatment is what I'm looking for: that is not under oath; only a Q&A; we get the questions in advance; they write the report two weeks before". He referred to clients such as Trump as "busy people". Citing the mixed up stories that came from Giuliani and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Maher exclaimed, "You know you hit rock bottom when Trump is cleaning up your quotes".
Trump has denied he had an affair with Clifford and insisted that the nondisclosure agreement was created to prevent any embarrassment to his family.
Trump is facing mounting legal threats from the Cohen-Daniels situation and the special counsel's investigation of Russian meddling in the election and possible coordination with the Trump campaign.
So many words, so much squirming, so little truth.
Asked what would make "all of this go away", Daniels replies "a resignation".
In a series of tweets on Thursday morning, Trump confirmed that he had reimbursed Cohen, contradicting his statement last month to reporters on Air Force One that he did not know about the payment.
Trump immediately began distancing himself from Cohen, describing him as "a businessman for his own account" and suggesting that if he testified against Trump, he would be just making things up. But if Cohen's "retainer" was really an attempt to hide the payment and structure the reimbursement so as not to rouse suspicion among banking regulators, Trump and Cohen may be in more legal jeopardy from the new story than from the old.
Daniels is suing the real Donald Trump over a hush agreement that she claims relates to a liaison in 2006. "Maybe it's been too long since he's been in the criminal justice field". Stormy appeared at the end of the sketch in order to claim that she'll stop when Trump resigns ... while also warning him that there's a storm a-coming. And the loudest voice on the president's legal team advocating a conciliatory approach, attorney Ty Cobb, announced Wednesday that he is "retiring".