Daniels' lawyer is arguing that the NDA is void as Trump never signed it.
Neither Cohen nor Trump have offered a statement on the most recent request.
I'm confident a GoFundMe campaign to raise a 130K for Daniels-I'm guessing she spent the money Cohen paid her in October-would be a success. She agreed that she will remain quiet about the affair. The likeliest explanation for this -other than sloppiness-is that leaving his signature line blank would give the president plausible deniability as to the agreement's very existence.
Daniels is ready to wire the money back by Friday in exchange for her ability to speak..
CBS News, in reporting on that decision not to air the interview in 1995-it ultimately aired the next year-conceded it had been "temporarily quashed" by CBS corporate executives, a decision by the CBS legal department, for fear of a multi-billion lawsuit, that 60 Minutes executive Producer Jeffrey Fager-at the time executive producer of CBS Evening News-calls a low point in the network's history and a decision made "under incredible pressure from the corporation". In an interview with the "Today Show" about that suit, he said Daniels would be willing to return the money if she were to win.
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But Trump never signed it, providing the basis for Avenatti's attempt to have it thrown out and release Daniels from her obligations.
First Lady Melania Trump attends a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office of the White House March 5, 2018 in Washington, DC.
'We understand from well-placed sources they are preparing to file for a legal injunction to prevent it from airing, ' BuzzFeed News reported on Saturday from a source informed of the preparations.
The Times points out that Avenatti's offer puts Trump and Cohen in a bind: If they reject it, it could "be seen as effectively acknowledging the existence of a continuing effort to keep Ms. Clifford silent about an affair that Mr. Cohen and the president say did not happen". "Do you think the drug dealers that kill thousands of people during their lifetime, do you think they care who is on a blue ribbon committee?"