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Trump / Daniels Lawsuit / Avenatti Interview (Part II) #1121762

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, who received a payment from President Trump's attorney Michael Cohn to keep her silent about an affair re-introduced. Earlier interview held with Daniel's lawyer Michael Avenatti; many Daniels photos shown. [AVENATTI†- explains why Daniels wanted a court to declare her free of the agreement so she could tell the truth; questions Cohn's actions & payments with his client's {Donald Trump} knowledge; comments on the negotiating of the agreement by Cohn just before the election in 2016, what Daniels {Stephanie Clifford} wants: freedom of speech to clear up misinformation, how this was handled in a messy manner, where this legal action goes from here in court: did Trump sign the agreement.]
Cooper, Anderson

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