During an earlier interview, Michael Avenatti, attorney to Stormy Daniels, alleged that he knows of two additional women who engaged in extramarital affairs with President Trump. Avenatti moreover claims these women also recieved subsequent payoffs prior to the 2016 election, according to The Hill.
An Overview of Avenatti’s Latest Claims
Earlier today, Avenatti appeared on MSNBC with further statements regarding the alleged activities of President Trump. The longtime attorney is also representing Stormy Daniels, an adult film actress. Daniels is in the middle of suing both President Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. Reports of the Stormy Daniels/Michael Cohen/Donald Trump saga have dominated the press for months now. Many Americans have furthermore weighed in with their thoughts on the matter.
Avenatti, who came under a series of investigations after leaking critical information about Cohen, delivered the hereinafter remarks during his latest MSNBC interview:
”They’re not fully vetted, but there are at least two I think are on solid ground. I think that as the evidence rolls out over the coming months disclosures are going to be made that my client was not alone as relates to these payments. It is a process of vetting. We want to be careful about what we state. They may create additional exposure. They may prove to be problematic.“
The attorney moreover claims that payments made to the alleged, unnamed women are similar to the $130,000 which Stormy Daniels recieved.
Allegations of Trump Infidelity
Since the inception of President Trump’s entry into the 2016 election, his various critics have come forth with information which some may view as damning. Shortly before Election Day 2016, the infamous Access Hollywood tape appeared in the press. After President Trump’s victory and defeat of Hillary Clinton, various alleged Trump mistresses also came forward.
While some Americans have criticized President Trump for the alleged extramarital affairs, other people have questioned the motivations of those coming forth. Certain Trump supporters even expressly stated that they do not care about the Stormy Daniels story or others like it. They elected Trump to run the country; they didn’t elect him because of his personal life, affirm a percentage of supporters.
The validity of Michael Avenatti’s latest assertions is currently unproven.