Porn actress offers to repay USD 130K so she can discuss Trump

Stormy Daniels offers to return 'hush agreement' money to end silence

Stormy Daniels' NDA mentioned 'paternity' and 'alleged children' with Trump

The nondisclosure form signed by porn star Stormy Daniels - which prevents her from talking publicly about her alleged affair with President Trump - mentions "paternity" and "alleged children", which has led many to ask, "Uh, what?"

"As we have always said, this is about a search for the truth and the ability of Ms. Clifford to tell the American people what really happened so they can make their own determination, " Avenatti said in a statement.

Texas notaries are required to sign and date agreements, as well as provide a certificate verifying those who sign documents.

The Daily Beast reported Monday night that Daniels' friend Keith Munyan, who was one of the four people named in the actress' lawsuit against the president and his lawyer Michael Cohen, was privy to a number of calls between her and Trump.

Trump's lawyer won a temporary restraining order against the porn star last month however Daniels fought back, claiming the agreement was invalid because it was never signed by Trump. Trump has denied he had an affair with Clifford.

Clifford's attorney, Michael Avenatti, sent Cohen a letter offering to wire $130,000 by Friday to an account designated by the President.


"We've addressed this extensively, and I don't have anything else to add", White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said last week.

The POTUS was addressing the crowd at a Pennsylvania political rally on the weekend, when he spoke out Melania's role as his wife - and her duties in the White House.

The New York Times broke the story on Monday of Clifford's offer to pay back the 2016 fee of $130,000 paid to her by Cohen. "CBS would need to be a party to the suit to be restrained from airing the interview, and since the obligation on Ms. Daniels arose as part of a private settlement, I don't see much legal basis to enjoin CBS - a stranger to the settlement agreement - from doing anything".

The alleged affair has become the latest distraction for Trump as he tries to advance his trade agenda and prepares for a proposed meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

The complaints allege Cohen was an agent of then-candidate Trump and should be considered a campaign expenditure and in-kind contribution.

"Hush money may be commonplace in some businesses, but when it is spent to influence a federal election it must be disclosed - without exception".

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