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The WSJ reported paying 130 thousand dollars the porn star for concealing ties with trump

The WSJ reported paying $ 130 thousand the porn star for concealing ties with trump.
Lawyer Trump Organization has agreed to pay ex-porn star $ 130 thousand for concealing an intimate relationship with Donald trump. The White house said the reports were “categorically refuted” even before the election.


Stephanie Clifford. In pornography, known under the name Stormy Daniels

Lawyer Donald trump for a month before the US presidential elections in November 2016 agreed to pay a former pornographic actress Stephanie Clifford $ 130 thousand under the agreement to disclose information about the alleged intimate relationship with trump. This writes the Wall Street Journal, citing familiar with the situation sources.

Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen, one of the leading lawyers of the Trump Organization, have agreed on the payment by counsel of a porn actress Stephanie Clifford in October 2016 . The newspaper’s sources say that in intimate relationships trump and Clifford joined in July 2006 Golf tournament at lake Tahoe in California. Trump is married to Melania trump in 2005.

Clifford, in private conversations said that the meeting with trump was held after their meeting in the tournament, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“This is an old circulating earlier messages that were strongly refuted before the election,” the WSJ reported White house official. He refused to answer questions about the agreement with Clifford. Michael Cohen, in his commentary did not discuss the payment of $ 130 million, but said: “President trump again strongly denies any such relationship with Ms. Daniels [alias Clifford]”. Cohen added that this “false story consistently denied by all parties since 2011”.

The Wall Street Journal citing sources reported that in the fall of 2016 Clifford was in talks with ABC about a possible participation in the program “Good morning America” that she was going to talk about a possible relationship with trump. In the end, Clifford refused to participate in the transmission.

The article also mentioned that the company is the publisher of the tabloid National Enquirer paid the former Playboy model Karen Mcdougal $ 150 million for a story about possible ties with trump, at that time a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. In the end, the tabloid story that was never published. Officially, the publisher of the National Enquirer explained the disbursement of the honorarium for Mcdougal column about fitness and appearance on the cover of magazines.

Clifford did not answer the questions WSJ. Her lawyer, Keith Davidson, refused to comment on the work with their clients. The WSJ sources say that the money was sent to bill Davidson in the City National Bank in Los Angeles.

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