Having failed to get the expected results and seeing an uptick in President Donald Trump’s approval ratings since their “60 Minutes” interview, Stormy Daniel’s lawyer is now claiming the most salacious details shared by the porn star were left out by the network.
Such as what she may have described… oh, and he characterized CBS as being a “conservative network.”
Appearing on NBC’s “Megyn Kelly Today,” attorney Michael Avenatti suggested that his client described a certain part of Trump’s anatomy during the interview, but that CBS was too afraid to air the titillating details.
“60 Minutes and CBS, as you know, they are a conservative network,” Avenatti said. “I mean there’s a lot of information that was said during the interview that didn’t make it into the final 60 Minutes.”
“They play it very close to the vest,” he continued. “For instance, she can describe the President’s genitalia in great detail. That did not make it.”
“We don’t need to hear that! My eyes!” Kelly interjected.
Avenatti, who claimed there’s “a lot more” to Daniels’ story, said “60 Minutes” showed only about 14 minutes of the two-hour interview with the adult film star.
Host Megyn Kelly repeatedly asked Avenatti why Stormy Daniels hasn’t returned the $130,000 she received to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump, and why his client is leading the charge on whether the payment violated federal election law.
With a straight face, the attorney replied, “This is a principled woman at this point.”
Even the liberal Today audience broke out in laughter.
“Now they’re laughing at you,” Kelly said. “She wanted the dough, now she wants to keep the dough whether she violated the agreement or not.”
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