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Stormy Daniels Sues Ex-Lawyer She Says Was ‘Puppet’ for Trump, Cohen

Stormy Daniels files new lawsuit against Cohen, her old attorney

New details on Korea summit MORE on Thursday said the first lady has had no discussions with Rudy Giuliani in response to questions about his remarks that she believes her husband did not have an affair with adult film star Stormy Daniels.

The porn star also alleges President Trump's former personal attorney "hatched a plan to have Ms. Clifford appear on Mr. Sean Hannity's program to falsely deny the accuracy of the In Touch article". Giuliani said to NBC News.

This week, Daniels filed another lawsuit alleging that her former lawyer Keith Davidson and Cohen worked together "in an attempt to use and manipulate Ms. Clifford in a manner created to benefit Mr. Cohen and Mr. Trump".

When asked about these comments Thursday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo likewise dismissed Giuliani's comments and said he was "not being serious".

The new suit says Davidson breached his fiduciary duty to his client through his communications with Cohen.

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"I have her tentatively scheduled for Hannity tonight", Cohen wrote at one point. "They would rather tomorrow so they can promote the heck out of the show". Now caught in the leg hold trap of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Trump, his White House bid and possible cover-ups in the first year of his Presidency, Cohen was the one who made sure Clifford got the cash.

"That said, attorney Davidson is very happy that he (Avenatti) has filed this lawsuit because he strongly believes that the filing constitutes a full and complete waiver of the attorney-client privilege", he added in a statement. Whether those "wise men" included President Trump himself, who has been seemingly directly involved with various salvos in various other scandals, is unclear, kinda of.

"That two lawyers on opposite sides of negotiating a deal would be talking and that that amounts to collusion and not acting in best interest of his client is totally absurd", he said. "A woman who sells her body for sexual exploitation I don't respect", he said.

When Davidson responded that Daniels would be unavailable that day but that he was working on making her available to "commit for tomorrow", Cohen replied, "It's really important". If you're going to sell your body for money, you just don't have a reputation.

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