Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Global Media | By Derrick Guzman

Trump Previously Asked Stormy Daniels to Move Into His Florida Trump Tower

Trump Previously Asked Stormy Daniels to Move Into His Florida Trump Tower

The Texas Secretary of State's office is investigating the notary who stamped her approval on an adult film star's non-disclosure agreement regarding an alleged fair with President Donald Trump, the Dallas Morning News reported Monday.

According to Clifford's letter, the offer to return the money will expire Tuesday at noon, NBC News reported.

He added that Daniels told Trump she didn't want to move to NY because she was planning on going to Florida.

On Monday, Avenatti sent a letter on Clifford's behalf to Cohen's law firm in NY, offering to return the $130,000 on March 16 "to resolve all pending disputes, including the lawsuit and arbitration", according to the letter shared by multiple news outlets.


The lawsuit claimed the "hush agreement" that was signed days before the 2016 presidential election is legally invalid because it was only signed by Clifford and Cohen and not by Trump.It refers to Trump as David Dennison and Clifford as Peggy Peterson, but an attached exhibit details their true identities.

Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, poses for pictures at the end of her striptease show in Gossip Gentleman club in Long Island, New York, February 23, 2018.

Colbert pointed out that the letter added that Daniels would be free to "use and publish any text messages, photos and/or videos relating to the President that she may have in her possession".

Mr Cohen has admitted he personally paid the cashbut has said that neither Mr Trump nor any of his organisations were a part of the transaction. With this, Daniels seeks an end to her deal to keep quiet about what she says was an affair with Trump that started in 2006 and lasted for several months.


Cohen also clarified that neither Trump Organisation nor Donald Trump reimbursed him for the payment.

Regardless of whether Cohen accepts Clifford's offer, the money is the subject of a complaint by the watchdog group Common Cause to the Federal Election Commission.

The offer expires Friday, after which it "shall automatically be deemed withdrawn in its entirety and shall be null and void".

On Monday, Daniels joked on Twitter about how she would return the money: "I have toyed with delivering it gangsta style via private jet and cash in a gold suitcase".


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