Trump and porn star story takes a new twist as Trump’s lawyer inserts claim

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I had just finished interviewing one of Trump’s former campaign gurus on NewsmaxTV, when I asked him to provide some color about Trump’s controversial attorney.  “Michael Cohen is the sort of lawyer that makes people hate lawyers,” the former Trump campaign member told me. “He’s a f*cking liar.”

In late 2017, Michael Cohen said he feels so loyal to the president that he would take a bullet for him. “I’m the guy who stops the leaks. I’m the guy who protects the president and the family. I’m the guy who would take a bullet for the president,” Cohen told Vanity Fair.

If you favor the truth, then the above information is important to keep in mind when considering a new development in the ongoing tale of what allegedly happened between President Trump and the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels more than a decade ago.

On Tuesday, in a measure taken to diffuse a potentially bad scenario for Trump, Cohen claimed that he paid the porn star $130,000 out of his own pocket.  Michael Cohen, the lawyer who worked for Trump for over a decade, said in a statement obtained by Fox News that the 2016 transaction with Stormy Daniels was lawful and not a campaign contribution or campaign expenditure “by anyone.”

Trump met Daniels at a golf event in 2006 — a year after Trump’s marriage to his wife, Melania. According to The Wall Street Journal’s report, Daniels began talking with ABC News in the fall of 2016 for a story on an alleged sexual relationship with Trump. However, she reached a $130,000 deal a month before the election that prevented her from going public.

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