REPORT: Stormy Daniels lawyer calls out Tucker Carlson for lying over TV appearance


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Fox News’s Tucker Carlson tore into Stormy Daniels’s lawyer on Friday night, saying that Michael Avenatti turned down an invitation to appear on Carlson’s show and calling Avenatti a “creepy porn lawyer.”

Avenatti, who is representing Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump and his personal attorney for defamation and seeking to void a nondisclosure agreement about her alleged affair with Trump, has appeared frequently on CNN and MSNBC.

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“We invited the creepy porn lawyer onto this show,” Carlson said Friday. “We called his office — or what he said was his office. It may have been a booth at a Wendy’s in Passaic, maybe a White Castle — you never know. In any case, he turned us down flat. Too bad.”

Avenatti responded to the segment by posting a screenshot of an email exchange with Carlson’s senior booker, in which he does decline an invitation to “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” and asked instead for Sean Hannity’s staff to reach out to him.

“Stop lying to your viewers,” Avenatti said in the tweet. “You did not invite me on your show Fri night. It never happened. You invited me on Wed and I responded within 3 minutes (see below). I then never heard back. Again — pls have Sean’s EP reach out to me. And try honesty next time.”

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