Showing posts with label MICHAEL AVENATTI. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MICHAEL AVENATTI. Show all posts

Monday, August 06, 2018


Michael Avenatti On The View

Michael Avenatti on Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen

"In retrospect, I'm glad Michael Cohen did take those recordings," Avenatti says. "You deserve to know what your leaders have done and whether... they've committed crimes. It's just that simple. Everyone should be demanding the release of these tapes."

Avenatti discusses what the contents are on the disc he tweeted a picture of in March: "As soon as we get it back from law enforcement, I'll be happy to talk about it."

Avenatti says Stormy Daniels' arrest was 'politically motivated'

Avenatti says he believes there will be "no question that it will be proven" Daniels' Ohio arrest was politically motivated: "In America, we should not be using the power of the badge to arrest our political enemies."


Avenatti discusses possible run for president in 2020

"2020 is going to prove to be a critical election," Avenatti says. "The Democrats have to nominate somebody who can beat Donald Trump... I will strongly consider it."

Thursday, May 10, 2018


Jake Tapper On The View

Jake Tapper on reported Russian oligarch payment to Michael Cohen and new book The Hellfire Club.

Tapper weighs in on reports that a firm with ties to a Russian oligarch made payments to Trump's attorney Michael Cohen, and responds to critics who say Michael Avenatti is just looking for attention with this story: "The truth of the matter is, this story has legs! Something's going on here."

Jake Tapper Talks 'Fake News' On The View

Jake Tapper on the position of journalists in this political climate.

Tapper responds to Trump's latest attack on the media where the president claims "91% of network news about me is negative (fake)": "That's his definition of fake news — anything that he doesn't like. That's actually not the definition of fake!"

Tapper responds to critics who say some of his reporting has been biased and editorialized: "I am absolutely biased against lies [and against] when people say things that are indecent."

Tapper talks sparring with Kellyanne Conway in an interview discussing whether the White House has a credibility issue: "She didn't challenge the premise. I said, 'He tells lots of lies.' And she said: 'He does many things.'" Tapper compared her comment to "a defense attorney saying: But what about all the banks my client didn't rob?"

Tapper says he "would much rather be covering the policy debates": "I don't know one journalist that wouldn't prefer lower ratings, but a return to normalcy."

Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Wednesday, April 18, 2018


Stormy Daniels On The View


Daniels reveals sketch of man who allegedly threatened her to keep quiet about alleged Trump affair. Stormy Daniels, her attorney Michael Avenatti discuss court hearing on Michael Cohen raid.

On why she's speaking out: "I'm tired of being threatened...I'm sorry, I'm done being bullied."

"I worked really hard for the last decade in the adult business which I have no qualms about, I'm not ashamed..." Daniels responds to those who say the scandal is a publicity stunt to get her out of the adult film business. "There's a lot of publicity, but I didn't do it for that because this isn't what I want to be known for."

Daniels reacts to Pres. Trump's denial he knew anything about $130,000 payment made to her: "I work in the adult business and I'm a better actor than he is."

Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti reveal composite sketch of man who allegedly threatened Daniels.

Daniels and Avenatti reveal a sketch of the man she says threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Donald Trump. Avenatti says they are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the identity of the man in the sketch.

Daniels shares why she initially didn't speak out about being allegedly threatened: "I didn't tell my husband at the time, I was embarrassed ... I didn't want him to think I was a bad mom or that I put my daughter in danger."

Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti responds to those questioning her credibility because of her job Daniels responds to those who question her credibility because of her career as an adult film star:

 "What I do for a living should not matter. What I do for a job doesn't impact my ability to know right from wrong, or my ability to tell the truth."

Daniels opens up about how going public with her story has affected her life, saying women have "come up... and profusely thanked me" while others have approached her family "and say the most horrible things in front of [my] child."

Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti on whether Cohen will turn on Trump, and their end goal.

Avenatti gives with his take on whether Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will turn on the president: 

"There's no question in my mind that Michael Cohen: A) is gonna be indicted in the next three months likely and B) he's gonna roll on the president."

Stormy Daniels on inspiring other women to speak out. Daniels discusses what she wants to be the end result of sharing her story:

 "If I can inspire or convince a woman who feels that she has been intimidated or bullied or is too afraid to come forward to an accuser or an attacker, then I'm happy."

Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Tuesday, March 27, 2018


Stormy Daniels Lawyer Michael Avenatti

Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti talks alleged threats against her, evidence of Trump affair and more.

Avenatti calls the former adult film star's claim she was threatened by a man in a parking lot a "critical fact in this story": "That is a big, big accusation and she stands behind it." 

"It could've only come from one place, and one place only." Avenatti discusses who he believes is behind the man who allegedly threatened Daniels: Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen. "This is thuggish behavior, this guy's a wannabe mobster and he's more interested in role playing Ray Donovan than doing his job as a legitimate lawyer." 

The View Talks Stormy Daniels

Hot Topics: Stormy Daniels' 60 Minutes interview

"I give the American people more credit," Sunny Hostin says of those who "don't care" about Daniels' story. "I think they are concerned that he paid money to shut her up ... I think the American people cared enough when it was John Edwards that they prosecuted him."

Courtesy of: ABC / Disney