Movie Star of Heat Paid Lawyer Trump Ready to Speak

Stormy Daniels, the adult film star associated with President Donald Trump is free to reveal his story after Trump's lawyer confessed to paying the silver money to Daniels, Gina Rodriguez, manager of Daniels, told the Associated Press on Wednesday (14/2). [19659002] Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is no longer tied to a contract that forbids Daniels to disclose it because Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen claims to pay Daniels $ 130 thousand in 2016 presidential elections. "Everything is open now and Daniels will tell the story" Rodriguez said .

Cohen told the New York Times Daily on Tuesday (13/2) that neither Trump Organization nor Trump's campaign camps were involved in the payments. He added that the $ 130 thousand was not replaced either directly or indirectly.

Read: Lawyer of Trump Confessing to Pay Porn Star from His Own Pocket [19659002] "In a private transaction of 2016 I used my own money to pay $ 130,000 to Stephanie Clifford," Cohen said in a statement.

Cohen, who claims to have been more than ten years as a Trump lawyer, affirms his commitment to better protect his clients from earlier .

"Although not true, that does not mean it can not harm or damage us. I will keep protecting Trump, "he said.

Cohen did not explain why he paid for it and whether Trump knew the payment. In January, InTouch magazine published an interview with Clifford in 2011, when he was reportedly having sex with Trump in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, shortly after Trump's 3rd wife, Melania, gave birth their son, Barron. {as / al]

Lawyer Trump Confessed to Pay Porn Star from the Pocket Alone

Personal lawyer Donald Trump says he spent $ 130,000 from his own pocket to pay a porn star who once confessed to having sex with Trump about 12 years ago.

Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen says he paid Stephanie Clifford , whose pseudonym Stormy Daniels, before the 2016 presidential election as part of a secret deal.

"In a closed transaction in 2016 I used a personal fund of $ 130,000 to pay Stephanie Clifford," Cohen said in a statement. [19659002] Cohen also said Trump Organization, the parent company of Trump's businesses, and the camp of the presidential campaign of Trump, was not involved in the deal. He added that he was not compensated for the payments either directly or indirectly.

Cohen, said he has been a Trump lawyer for more than 10 years, and is more committed than ever to protect the interests of his clients.

See also: Russia: Trump Counselor Initiates Business Contacts during Campaign Periods

Cohen did not say whether Trump knew about the payment or the reason why he made the payment. Cohen had previously denied that Trump had ever had an intimate relationship with Clifford.

The Wall Street Journal initially reported, in January, Clifford was paid in October 2016 in return for not disclosing information about the intimate relationship he had ever made with Trump.

the report, the Common Cause government watchdog group filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission for requesting an inquiry into the source of the payments. Based on the complaint, the payment is some kind of donation to the Trump campaign that should be included in the official publicly disclosed report. [ab/uh]

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 Personal lawyer United States President Donald Trump admitted that he paid US $ 130 thousand to a porn star who had an affair with Trump. According to him, the money is his personal money.

To New The York Times, Michael Cohen said that he did not get any reimbursement for Stephanie Clifford's stage name, Stormy Daniels.

According to Cohen, the payment is legal but he refused to explain in more detail about why he paid the porn star. Cohen also refused to answer whether Trump knew about the payments.

"Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign are part of a deal with Ms. Clifford, nor do they reimburse, directly or indirectly, "Cohen said according to the Times as reported by AFP Wednesday (14/2/2018).

" Payment for Ms. Clifford is legal, and not a campaign contribution or campaign expenditure by anyone, " imbuh Trump's private lawyer.

Previously, US media have reported that the silent money was given a month before the US presidential election in November 2016, with the aim that Clifford not disclose his sex scandal with Trump.

Trump is just an ordinary citizen when sex with Clifford allegedly occurred in 2006 ago. At that time Trump had married Melania and his wife was only about three months giving birth to their son.

The payment for the porn star was first reported by the Wall Street Journal last month. But Cohen's statement to the New York Times was the first time he acknowledged a role in what he called a "private transaction."

Previously, Trump, through his lawyers and Clifford himself has denied ever having a relationship. But last month, In Touch celebrity magazine published an interview with Clifford in 2011. In the interview, the 38-year-old actress revealed details of her relationship with Trump. At that time, Clifford said that he met Trump at a celebrity golf tournament in 2006 and then had sex with him. According to him, the relationship with Trump takes about a year.
 
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Germany demands the release of China's human rights lawyer

Germany demands that China release a prominent Chinese human rights lawyer accused of triggering subversion after uploading calls for democratic reform via the internet.

German human rights commissioner Barbel Kofler said this week, Yu Wensheng was innocent and only sought to voice the need for democratic reform and support a fellow Chinese citizen who was harassed for fighting for human rights.

Yu, an unofficial spokesperson for a Chinese human rights lawyer group, was arrested by police on January 19 while preparing to pick up his 13-year-old son at school. Police later informed Mr. Yu's wife of the arrest and her allegations. Triggering subversion is a frequent charge of Chinese authorities to silence dissidents.

Detention Yu extends his list of acts of repression against independent legal activists in recent years by the Chinese communist government.

His detention took place one day after he uploaded a a letter on the internet calling for the ruling party, or the only political party in China, to reform the constitution and hold a presidential election openly.

Yu received wide attention after being detained for three months in 2014. At that time he admitted to being tortured and interrogated when detained. In 2015, he was again detained but later released after his case attracted widespread public attention. [ab/uh]