Donald Trump Repaid Cohen $130,000 For Dealing With Daniels: Former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani Revealed Stunning Scandal Details
Donald Trump had his reputation compromised from his own office. Former NY mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed the president paid $130,000 back to his personal lawyer Michael Cohen. It was previously mentioned that the attorney handed the money to Stormy Daniels for preserving the silence about the romantic affair between the president and the porn star.
The story of paying Daniels $130,000 was in the spotlight after the searches in Cohen’s office, house, and hotel room conducted by investigators from the team of special prosecutor Robert Mueller. The officer is in charge of investigating Russia's interference in the presidential elections in the United States.
Donald Trump called the searches witch-hunting. Meanwhile, Stormy Daniels has recently sought for the dissolution of the non-disclosure agreement, for which she claimed to receive those infamous $130,000 from Michael Cohen.
In addition, she filed a lawsuit against Trump due to his tweets about her, accusing him of insulting her honor and dignity.
Another twist in the scandal was provoked by former New York mayor and US presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, who recently became one of Trump’s lawyers.
The recent interview with Fox News discovered that Trump returned to his lawyer Michael Cohen $130,000, the amount the attorney offered Stormy Daniels for preserving silent just a few days before the 2016 presidential election:
The payment to Daniels was going to turn out to be perfectly legal because that money was not campaign money. It was funneled through a law firm and then the president repaid it.
Giuliani’s statement directly contradicts Cohen’s words claiming he paid Daniels from his means. It is worth reminding that in early April, Donald Trump told reporters that he knew nothing about paying any money to the porn actress:
He didn't know about the specifics of it, as far as I know. But he did know about the general arrangement that Michael would take care of things like this, like I take care of things like this for my clients. I don’t burden them with every single thing that comes along.
Cohen paid Daniels for silence concerning her connection with Trump, which allegedly took place in 2006. Trump himself denies having sexual relationship with the porn actress.
Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti immediately reacted to the unbelievable revelation. He claimed that the Americans should be outraged by Rudy’s announcement and try to understand what kind of person rules their country:
I don't care whether you're on the left, or on the right or in the center. I don't care what your party affiliation is, you deserve to be told the truth by your president.
Well, the story looks like a perfect scenario for a blockbuster thriller. We will be patiently waiting for the next turns of the events to report to you as soon as they hit the public.