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Thursday, 3 May 2018

Michael Avenatti Stunned By Rudy Interview: 'No Way, No How' Trump Finishes His Term Now


Michael Avenatti, attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, said Rudy Giuliani’s stunning Wednesday night interview on Fox News will doom the presidency of Donald Trump
Giuliani told Sean Hannity that Trump repaid his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, for the $130,000 sent to Daniels as part of a nondisclosure agreement, something the president has previously denied. Daniels claims the agreement kept her from discussing her alleged affair with Trump.
In response, Avenatti told “CNN Tonight” that Trump could face “potential criminal liability” related to money laundering, campaign finance and fraud violations. 
“I said it weeks ago, I’m going to say it again: Mr. Trump will not serve out his term,” Avenatti said. “No way. No how. He will be forced to ultimately resign. This is a bombshell.” 
Earlier on Wednesday, Avenatti taped an appearance on Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” where he implied there were more women with similar NDAs involving Trump. Avenatti also produced the receipt for Cohen’s payment to Daniels’ attorneys at the time:
.@MichaelAvenatti has brought receipts! This is the image of the incoming wire payment from Michael Cohen to Stormy Daniels. #LSSCpic.twitter.com/JpAuLp59rr
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) May 3, 2018
The receipt showed involvement with a bank in California, which Avenatti said would be of interest to Xavier Becerra, the state’s attorney general.
“This document may, in fact, give him jurisdiction over certain criminal acts associated with this payment,” Avenatti said. “And, in fact, if the attorney general of the state of California were to bring charges, President Trump could not pardon Michael Cohen for those charges.”
He did not specify what the “certain criminal acts” could be. 
"Mr. Trump will not serve out his term." Stormy Daniels' lawyer responds to Rudy Giuliani's statement, where he said President Trump repaid his personal attorney Michael Cohen the $130,000 given to his client as hush money. https://t.co/nUPNc92ePFhttps://t.co/lMDef2mpzV
— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) May 3, 2018
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
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