Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Michael Avenatti: Rudy Giuliani's Interview Was a 'Train Wreck'

Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Michael Avenatti: Rudy Giuliani's Interview Was a 'Train Wreck'

Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Michael Avenatti: Rudy Giuliani's Interview Was a 'Train Wreck'

The adult film star warns the president 'a storm's a coming, baby!' Certainly not, you know, the president's lawyer. "It's a lot easier". Cohen is no longer representing Trump, Giuliani said, saying it would "be a conflict right now". But he really has his heart into it.

By midday, Giuliani had issued a statement he said was "intended to clarify the views I expressed over the past few days".

But Cohen denied the report and even produced an email to the Wall Street Journal that appeared to be from "Stormy Daniels" saying that she hadn't gotten said hush money.

In his statement on Friday, Giuliani said, "My references to timing were not describing my understanding of the President's knowledge, but instead, my understanding of these matters", but did not provide specifics.

He asserted the payment would have been made "whether he was a candidate or not".

Cohen previously acknowledged that he had obtained a home-equity line of credit in order to pay $130,000 to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, as part of a nondisclosure agreement to keep her quiet about a 2006 sexual encounter she said she had with Trump.

Giuliani nearly seemed to be begging with Trump, through the TV screen, to listen to the advice of his lawyers. But he reversed course on Friday. Mr. Trump said Friday that Giuliani "just started a day ago", although Giuliani joined the legal team last month.

"When Rudy made the statements - Rudy is great - but Rudy had just started, and he wasn't totally familiar with everything", he said.

"When the President said "no" on Air Force One, he was talking about he didn't know when the payment occurred", Conway said. He said Cohen received $460,000 or $470,000 in all for expenses related to Trump.

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He grew indignant on Friday when pressed about the shifting version of events.

"Through government misconduct they have tainted the case", he said. "You can't merely hire an attorney, in this case, for instance, which seems more and more likely, to be your own private slush fund", said Colleen Rowley, former Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent and TIME's 2002 Person of the Year for her role as a whistleblower.

In regards to paying off pornstar Stormy Daniels about their alleged affair, Giuliani called it a "nuisance payment.I never thought $130,000 was a real payment...people don't go away for $130,000". "Nothing I want to do more", but, Trump says, he needs to "find that we're going to be treated fairly, because everybody sees it now and it is a pure witch hunt".

Trump offered elaboration but not clarification Thursday morning on Twitter.

Trump, however, said there should be no confusion. Unfortunately, the mark Giuliani left was on his client.

A day earlier, Giuliani had said on Fox News: "Imagine if that came out on October 15, 2016, in the middle of the last debate with Hillary Clinton".

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders speaks during the press briefing on July 11, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Amy Lieu is a news editor and reporter for Fox News. It's bad enough, he must think, that his actual chief of staff is undermining him.

Then Oscar victor Patricia Arquette jumped in with a response directed at the social media user that said, "Following this logic - If she doesn't represent "classy women" I guess that means the President represents classless men? Hmm".

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