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Trump / Daniels Legal Story / Avenatti Interview #1122002

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 14, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN reports on new connections between Stormy Daniels {aka Stephanie Clifford & Peggy Peterson} & President Trump's organization with the involvement of attorney Jill Martin in the legal case introduced; legal documents shown. A statement from attorney Michael Cohen about him paying Daniels/Clifford with his personal funds & from Martin about the Trump organization & legal issues quoted. [On CNN, Oct. 13, 2016, MARTIN - comments on the "Access Hollywood" tape.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) Live in-studio interview with Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti about the legal matters in which the Trump enterprise wanted to keep Daniels quiet & the issue of who paid the hush money; Martin documents shown. [AVENATTI - offers views on the legal "saga" about the LLC, the Trump organization & the legal issues, that Martin's statement is false since she represented EC LLC for the Trump organization, how EC LLC simply equals the Trump organization.] The statement from attorney Cohen about him paying Daniels/Clifford with his personal funds re-quoted.

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