Published: Wed, March 21, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Stormy Daniels and Trump: Polygraph backs affair claim

Stormy Daniels and Trump: Polygraph backs affair claim

The report went on to say there were "no observable indications of intent to deceive", and it provided some background into Clifford's first meeting with Mr. Trump as well as details of a sexual encounter that transpired after she was invited to his hotel in 2006. Clifford stated that the "hush agreement" she and Cohen agreed to in October 2016 is not legit, which would allow her to publicly discuss her alleged relationship with Trump.

The alleged relationship between the two was said to have taken place in 2006, shortly after Trump's marriage to Melania Trump while she was pregnant with their son Barron. "I'd have become a kindergarten teacher if that was my goal in life", she tweeted. "What I did defensively for my personal client, and my friend, is what attorneys do for their high-profile clients". However, the content of the interview was finally made public after Wall Street Journal revealed that Daniels supposedly received $130,000 worth of hush money from Trump through his lawyer, Michael Cohen. I would have done it in 2011.

The article prompted a retort from Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for Stormy Daniels, on Twitter. Slay said in his sworn declaration that the polygraph exam was done on May 19, 2011 and that he is willing to "competently testify to the facts" if he was asked to do so.

As corroborated by extensive reporting from several media outlets, Daniels said she first met Trump during a golf event in Lake Tahoe in July 2006.

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Cohen told Vanity Fair he has "never spoken to [Daniels]. I have never texted her", he told me.

"Every interaction with Ms. Clifford was always through her previous attorney", he said.

Avenatti is suing Trump on behalf of Daniels.

She filed a lawsuit earlier this month trying to nullify the nondisclosure agreement she has with Trump, whose legal team has moved to seek damages of as much as $20 million. Stay tuned next week for more of the "Apprentice President" and how Trump is making America great again. Where are Cohen's test results claiming otherwise?

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