Porn Star Offers To Return $130,000 So She Can Discuss Her Alleged Affair With Trump Freely
Stormy Daniels said she can then speak freely about an affair with Donald Trump and release any text messages, photos and videos she might have.

The porn star Stormy Daniels has offered to return the $130,000 payment she received from President Donald Trump’s lawyer in exchange for dissolving their “Hush Agreement.”

Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen admitted that he paid $130,000 of his own money to Daniels, ahead of the 2016 election in exchange for her silence regarding an alleged sexual encounter with the president.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford proposed on Monday that she be allowed to discuss her alleged affair with Trump freely after repaying the payment.

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“This is an extremely fair offer,” Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, said in an interview: “It accomplishes the goal of allowing the American people to decide who is telling the truth after hearing both sides.”

A copy of a letter from Avenatti, obtained by The Associated Press, sent to Cohen and his attorney, Lawrence Rosen, said the non-disclosure agreement would be considered “null and void” after Daniels returned the money, and that would allow her to speak about the relationship.

Under the proposal, the porn star after returning the money would be allowed to speak “openly and freely about her prior relationship with the president and attempts to silence her.”

“Mr Cohen and the president should accept this proposal and allow Ms Clifford to tell her side,” Avenatti said: “The American people can then decide who was telling the truth.”

“The offer is valid until Tuesday afternoon,” the letter added.

Yesterday, Common Cause filed updated complaints with the Federal Election Commission and the Department of Justice, arguing that a lawsuit filed last week by Daniels demonstrates that a $130,000 payment to her broke election laws.

Last week, Anderson Cooper interviewed the porn star but CBS has not yet aired its 60 Minutes interview.

Trump’s lawyers are reportedly considering legal action against CBS to ban it from airing the interview. But so far, CBS has not reported receiving notice of any legal action in relation to the Clifford interview.

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