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Trump / Daniels Story / The Money / Avenatti Interview (Part II) #1121846

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 09, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Keeping Them Honest" report about President Trump & the porn actress Stormy Daniels {Stephanie Clifford} story with hush money paid presented; Trump attorney Michael Cohen defending the payment to Daniels quoted. [CNN's Jeffrey TOOBIN - says lawyers don't do that with their own money: not ethical; makes no sense.] The e-mail route from Cohen to Daniels' attorney explained; photo shown. [Today, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says we have nothing to add.] [On Wednesday, SANDERS - says the allegations are untrue.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Daniel's lawyer Michael Avenatti; documents shown. [AVENATTI†- explains how the e-mail indicates Cohen was negotiating with Daniels' then-attorney with the e-mail identified as that of Trump indicating it was not personal business; explains why the e-mail is significant indicating the transfer of money; says "basta" to Cohen's accounts of the money; questions Cohen's view he did this without Trump knowing about it; explains the legal issues in the arbitration: what Cohen did wrong.] What Cohen said about the e-mail address usage quoted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:14:10

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