Published: Tue, March 06, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Oscars Reportedly Planning To Address Trump & Stormy Daniels Affair

Oscars Reportedly Planning To Address Trump & Stormy Daniels Affair

Cohen, who has worked for Trump in various capacities since 2007, sent X-rated actress Stormy Daniels the substantial hush payment via a First Republic Bank account 12 days before the 2016 presidential election, a person familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal on Monday.

Cohen reportedly lamented to those close to him about not being reimbursed right away following the payment to Daniels.

The White House and Cohen have vehemently denied reports that Trump and Daniels had a year-long affair that started a few weeks after First Lady Melania gave birth to their son, Barron, in 2006.

Asked for comment on the report, Cohen replied, "Fake news", according to The Wall Street Journal.

The statement did not say if Trump personally reimbursed him for the payment, and The Wall Street Journal's story on Monday cited people familiar with the matter who said Cohen complained after the election that he had not been reimbursed.

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Waters also claimed a "disoriented " president is a unsafe thing for America after The Washington Post reported that the Trump administration's morale is an "all-time low" as the president is outraged by the negative coverage of the White House, including the controversy surrounding senior adviser Jared Kushner. He said he wasn't reimbursed by the Trump campaign or the Trump Organization, his former employer, but declined to answer questions about whether he was reimbursed by Mr. Trump or anyone else.

Reached by CBS News, the Treasury Department would neither confirm nor deny that the transaction had been flagged. 'I'd refer you to Michael on that, ' she added, passing the ball back to Cohen.

The money was received on October 27, 2016, 12 days before the presidential election, another person familiar with the matter said.

Cohen admitted last month that he "facilitated" the payment to Daniels using his own money.

In January, campaign finance group Common Cause filed a complaint, announcing that Cohen's payment violated election law because the money "was unreported in-kind contribution to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc".

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