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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The White House report that President Trump does not believe any of the claims from adult film star Stormy Daniels, who was interviewed on "60 Minutes" last night, & her lawyer's defemination claim against Trump attorney Michael Cohen noted; details given about her first meeting Trump in 2006. [In interview, DANIELS - says she is doing the interview to defend herself & set the record straight about her, that she is not a victim; recalls her initial conversation with Trump, joking about spanking him with his magazine after which they had a more appropriate evening; explains having sex with him in the room: it was consensual, what he said next about her seeing him again, meeting him for a "business meeting" in Beverly Hills about "Celebrity Apprentice"; describes being threatened in a parking lot; recounts being offered money when Trump was nominated & getting a deal from Cohen for 130,000 dollars not to tell her story: it was hush money to stay silent; that she turned down a large payday, why she denied an affair: because of legal threats.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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