Attorney Michael Avenatti makes appeal on MSNBC for info on Giuliani’s porn habits: 'I'll make them known'
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani of New York speaking at a forum titled “Countering Iran’s Nuclear Terrorist Threats” hosted by the Iranian American Community of Arizona in Phoenix, Arizona. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

The lawyer for Stormy Daniels made a public appeal for information about the pornography use by Donald Trump defense attorney Rudy Giuliani during an appearance on MSNBC's AM Joy on Saturday.

Attorney Michael Avenatti was responding to the former New York City mayor's contention that Daniels lacks credibility because of her profession.

"You know, when Donald Trump was trying to get in the pants of my client, he didn't tell my client that he disrespected her, or that she wasn't credible or she wasn't intelligent," he noted. "When Mr. Trump was trying to get in the pants of Ms. McDougal, he didn't tell her that he disrespected her, that she wasn't intelligent or that she wasn't entitled to credibility."

"The hypocrisy here is unbelievable," he concluded.

Then he made his public appeal.

"I'd like to know the last time Mr. Giuliani viewed pornography," he explained. "Something tells me it wasn't years or decades ago."

"So if there's anyone in the United States that could help me answer that question, please provide that information to me because I'd like to make it known," Avenatti proposed.