'The President Doesn't Believe Any Of The Claims' Stormy Daniels Made

Saul Bowman
March 28, 2018

"And who at this hour is his lead counsel in negotiating with Robert Mueller and the special counsel's [office]?"

Officials announced that the White House will partner with the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service to place the National Safety Council's "Prescribed to Death" memorial in the Ellipse by the South Lawn from April 12 to 18.

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

An attorney representing President Trump's personal lawyer- Michael Cohen- says there was no legal issue with a $130 thousand dollar payment Cohen made to porn star Stormy Daniels.

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".

Said White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah: "With respect to that interview, I will say that the president strongly, clearly, and has consistently denied these underlying claims, and the only one who has been inconsistent is the one making the claims".

"President Trump and his entire administration are committed to combatting the opioid "crisis next door" on all fronts and with every community across the nation", she said in a statement.

"False charges are settled out of court all the time", said Shah, who faced a barrage of questions from reporters after a lengthy Daniels interview aired Sunday night on 60 Minutes, a CBS News show that drew its biggest ratings in a decade for the spectacle.

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". Mr Trump married Melania Trump in 2005.

The letter also said Ms Daniels needed to immediately "retract and apologise to Mr Cohen through the national media for your defamatory statements on '60 Minutes, ' and make clear that you have no facts or evidence whatsoever to support your allegations that my client had anything whatsoever to do with this alleged thug".

"A significant problem, of course, is that you don't know what is being paid for in this case", he said.

"They made it sound like I had no choice", she said.

The White House would not say if President Trump watched the "60 Minutes" interview.

McDougal has sued to break free of a confidentiality agreement that was struck in the months before the 2016 election, for which she was paid $150,000.

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