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Trump / Daniels Lawsuit / Avenatti Interview (Part I) #1121760

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 07, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The background to the lawsuit brought against President Trump by porn star Stormy Daniels introduced. [In response to questions from CNN's Jeff Zeleny, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says {three times} the president denies the allegations & the case has been won in arbitration.] [Feb. 22, in response to questions from Zeleny, White House press secretary Raj SHAH†- says the matter {as to whether Trump knew about payments to Daniels} has been asked & answered,]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The admission in the Daniels {aka Stephanie Clifford} lawsuit that she had an affair with Trump starting in 2006, that attorney Michael Cohn paid Daniels 130,000 dollars with a hush agreement, Cohn's arbitration proceeding against Ms. Clifford, why she was coerced reviewed; lawsuit quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Daniel's lawyer Michael Avenatti; many Daniels photos shown. [AVENATTI†- explains how Trump has tried to shut Daniels up about their affair, the "bogus" arbitration proceedings by Cohn that Daniels did not even know about, why the agreement is void because Trump did not sign it, how this matter belongs in a court of law, not arbitration, the legal threats made against Daniels, how she wants to tell her story.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:14:20

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