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In addition to the fundraiser, Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti has kept up a public relations offense, raising awareness of her lawsuit against President Trump in frequent TV appearances and social media posts.

But Cohen admitted to paying Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, $130,000 before the election, and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders acknowledged the existence of past arbitration between Trump and Daniels during a press briefing last week.

Her attorney Michael Avanetti tweeted the link, verifying its legitimacy.

It's expensive to sue President Trump.

Daniels has been adamant that she will find a way to tell her story.

"I am attempting to speak honestly and openly to the American people", Stormy Daniels said in a statement appended to the fundraiser. But unfortunately, I do not have the vast resources to fight Mr. Trump and Mr. Cohen alone. Daniels has not said anything, per the NDA, though she played coy with Jimmy Kimmel leading the late-night host to believe the affair had happened.

Personal attorney for President Trump, Michael Cohen, addresses the media, September 19, 2017.

Daniels' relationship with Trump first gained widespread notice when the Wall Street Journal revealed the $130,000 payout in January. In order to void her NDA agreement, she had to file a public lawsuit in Los Angeles, California.The Daily Beast reports that Daniels created a 30-day campaign on Wednesday morning through CrowdJustice to gather the necessary funds. She says the money would go to "damages that may be awarded against me if I speak out and ultimately lose to Mr. Trump and Mr. Cohen". In a recent interview, Avenatti said there had been offers of millions of dollars from "fat cat donors who don't like the President" for Daniels to break her agreement. Anthony Kotzev, the boyfriend of Stormy's manager, Gina Rodriguez, told the site that he was actually sitting next to Stormy when she physically signed her second statement denying that she was paid any "hush money", and he said the environment was extremely "lighthearted".

"I think that there is going to be some embarrassment here that they can't avoid, and I think their strategy needs to be to accept the embarrassment and try to avoid any more serious legal problems for themselves", Super said.



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