White House Dispute Daniels' Threat Claim

White House Dispute Daniels' Threat Claim

White House Dispute Daniels' Threat Claim

The White House is pushing back against porn star Stormy Daniels' allegations of an affair with President Trump. "And who at this hour is his lead counsel in negotiating with Robert Mueller and the special counsel's [office]?"

Shah also dismissed Daniels' claim that in 2011, when she was on her way to a fitness class in Las Vegas with her infant daughter, she was approached by a stranger who threatened her.

Rucker pointed out that Ty Cobb works for the White House, rather than for Trump personally.

"I don't think it's silent when the president has addressed this", Sanders said.

The New York Times on Sunday reported that Sekulow was the only lawyer of Trump's "who is working full time on the special counsel's investigation". And another guideline states that people may be disqualified from getting security clearance due to "deliberate omission, concealment, or falsification of relevant facts from any personnel security questionnaire", which means that Trump could have been denied clearance had he lied about his Daniels payoffs before getting security clearance.

Daniels sued Trump on March 6, saying he never signed an agreement for her to keep quiet about an "intimate" relationship between them in 2006.

Daniels sat down for a widely watched interview on "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday.

Mar-a-Lago member Chris Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax, told ABC Sunday that Trump told him "much of the Stormy Daniels stuff" is a "political hoax".

NSC President and CEO Deborah A.P. Hersman said her organization appreciates the Trump administration's focus on opioid abuse.

She said she didn't know who could make her life hell, but that she believed "it to be Michael Cohen". She said the incident made her fearful for years and that she thought she was doing the right thing when she accepted $130,000 from Trump attorney Cohen to stay quiet.

Daniels, in the revised lawsuit she filed Monday, alleges Cohen made a false statement that damaged her reputation when he released a statement in February that intimated she was lying.

While presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner has had notorious difficulties obtaining permanent White House security clearance during his tenure in the West Wing, little attention has been paid to whether President Donald Trump himself would pass the muster if he were an appointee and not the president.

She said she ordered him to drop his trousers and, in a playful manner, "I just gave him a couple swats".

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