Daniels appeared Tuesday on ABC's "The View", granting one of only a few exclusive interviews regarding her case against the president. Her attorney says they are offering $100,000 for information leading to the man's identification. Cohen's lawyers, meanwhile, sought a temporary restraining order to prevent investigators from reviewing the material and requested that a third party special master decide what investigators can see.
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, said she did not report the threat at the time because she would have had to reveal the alleged affair and she was afraid. "I thought he was someone's husband". Forget about the story.
Daniels said she was in a parking lot preparing to go into a fitness class, and was pulling her infant daughter's auto seat and diaper bag out of her vehicle. It'd be a shame if something happened to her mom. "Leave Mr. Trump alone,"' Daniels said. "T- taking, you know, the seats facing backwards in the backseat, diaper bag, you know, gettin" all the stuff out", Daniels told Anderson Cooper for "60 Minutes", which aired last month. On "The View", Daniels said that after being threatened, she took her daughter toward the "mommy and me" fitness class. But, she said he was a very well dressed man in a suit.More news: S.Korea says officials may visit N.Korea ahead of summit
She defended not telling the police, saying that if she had, her story about Trump would've emerged "and then the whole world would've known". She went on to say that there is pending litigation that involved her and Cohen and that she attended the court proceedings Monday because she wanted to make sure she knew all of the facts being discussed. "I didn't want my life turned upside down". She said the agreement was meant to silence her about the alleged affair she had with Trump. He said Daniels didn't tell him about the threat at the time, but he wasn't surprised.
She said that as she walked around her auto, she dropped a toy belonging to her infant daughter who was in vehicle. Spears said the sketch Daniels showed on "The View" was unfamiliar to him.
So, where exactly was Tom Brady, 40, seven years ago?
Avenatti had built up suspense around the release of the sketch, though he delayed making it public after the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided Cohen last week. The White House has denied the affair happened.More news: Tax return extensions can be filed online
"I can announce that we got comfortable with the security plan last night for my client". I am dancing more, I am making more money, but I'm spending more.
Trump's history with women continues to attract new attention. Daniels responded by filing a revised federal lawsuit accusing Cohen of defamation. "She also wants to ensure that she is heard and that she's represented at the hearing".
If proven, that is a felony offense that could land Cohen in jail for up to 30 years.
"He has played by a different set of rules, or should we say no rules at all". But I doubt this is what the man, if he exists, looked like.More news: India Protests Over Pakistan Denying Consular Access to Sikh Pilgrims
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