Trump Admits Reimbursing Lawyer For Porn Star Payoff

Stormy appeared at the end of the sketch in order to claim that she’ll stop when Trump resigns … while also warning him that there’s a storm a-coming.

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“We’re not changing any story”, he told reporters as he board Air Force One.

Viewers even got treated to a brand new impression from the always wonderful Kate McKinnon, doing her best take on Rudy Giuliani, thanks to some freakish prosthetics and impeccable delivery.

Trump’s newest defense attorney, Rudy Giuliani, revealed on Wednesday that Trump reimbursed Cohen for the $130,000 payment to Daniels, potentially amplifying the president’s legal exposure in the matter.

President Trump has denied the affair.

Cummings is urging Rep. Trey Gowdy, the Republican chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee, to investigate.

The porn star whose alleged affair with Donald Trump is now causing many problems the president appeared in the cold open for tonight’s Donald Glover-hosted Saturday Night Live.

If the payment were wholly personal, said Richard L. Hasen, an expert in election law at the University of California, Irvine, there would be no campaign finance violations.

Trump said Friday he would “love to” speak with Mueller on the condition that he would be “treated fairly”. He did not elaborate.

The fake president suggests getting Rudy Giuliani – a recent addition to Trump’s legal team – on the phone since, “he’s got the sharpest legal mind since ‘My Cousin Vinny.'” So the fake Cohen whips out a few burner phones (yes, he inexplicably keeps those) and begins making calls, only he doesn’t seem to be too handy with numbers.

Trump offered elaboration but not clarification Thursday morning on Twitter.

But Friday, Trump suggested that Giuliani didn’t have his facts straight.

Mr Herman said he believed Mr Giuliani’s comments were an “off-the-cuff remark, giving us a look behind the curtain” rather than a planned legal strategy. “I’m pretty much alone”, McKinnon says – from the set of Fox News.

“How could I ever be confident” that the president won’t take the Fifth Amendment, Giuliani said to ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview on This Week on Sunday.

The inconsistent narrative over the payment and the porn star is threatening the president’s credibility in the lead up to the mid-term elections.

The other side of the story, which is far more credible than Giuliani’s attempt to hold on to his job, is that Trump funneled money through Michael Cohen to keep Stormy Daniels quiet.

That news shocked many including White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, who has for months claimed Trump had no prior knowledge of the payment.

Giuliani gave a sense of the confidence of the Trump camp this week when he acknowledged that Trump had reimbursed his lawyer, Michael Cohen, for a $130,000 payment made to porn actress Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.

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The new complaintsaid: “Mr Trump’s statement falsely attacks the veracity of Ms Clifford’s account of the threatening incident that took place in 2011”.

Before visiting Cleveland to talk about tax cuts President Trump did damage control for Rudy Giuliani's interview with Sean Hannity saying Giuliani had'just started and that'he'll get his facts straight