Speaking with New Day host Alisyn Camerota, the attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels said President Donald Trump doesn't have enough money to pay the actress to go away as she seeks to reveal details about their alleged relationship.
Appearing on CNN, combative attorney Michael Avenatti asserted that, despite a legal set back on Thursday, his pursuit of allowing Daniels to speak frankly about her relationship with Trump is going according to plan.
"What do you want from President Trump?” the CNN host asked.
"We want him to come clean, for Mr. Cohen to come clean, about this $130,000 payment," the attorney explained. "About what he knew, when he knew, and what he did about it."
"If President Trump today called you and said, 'You've been at horn in my side this annoying to me, I have bigger business to attend to -- how much do you want, I'll write you a check?" Camerota pressed.
"I don't think there is a number, I really don't," Avenatti confessed.
"Let be clear, there is no number you and your client, Stormy Daniels, would take from Michael Cohen and the president to make this go away?" the CNN asked.
"A number that would allow him to continue to hide the truth?" Avenatti replied. "No number. No amount of money. We care about getting to the bottom of this, and my client is committed."
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"No amount of money."
Stormy Daniels' lawyer says she would not accept a settlement. "This really isn't about the money ... This is about a search for the truth," he says. pic.twitter.com/N0CuHKnxSI
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