Avenatti should’ve known not to take on Tucker. But, he should’ve never, EVER asked him if he watches porn

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson decimated “Creepy Porn Lawyer” Michael Avenatti, the attorney for Stormy Daniels, by delivering an unforgettable knockout blow when he remarked that watching Avenatti shamelessly promote himself on CNN is like watching “humiliation porn.”

The exchange started when a defensive Avenatti veered off-topic and asked: “When’s the last time you saw porn?” That’s when Carlson retorted: “I’m into humiliation porn, that’s why I watch you on CNN.” (see the entire 12-minute interview below.)

 

The interview started with Tucker saying it was nice that he and Avenatti (whom he has repeatedly referred to as “Creepy Porn Lawyer”) could finally talk in person after months of exchanging jabs on Twitter and on cable news.

Carlson kicked off by asking why Avenatti is exploiting Stormy Daniels, who was allegedly paid $130,000 for her 2006 one-night stand with Donald Trump, as BizPac Review reported.  That’s exponentially higher than the daily rate for female porn stars, who usually get paid $300 to $1,500 per scene.

Most female porn stars make $100,000 to $200,000 a year, so sex worker Stormy Daniels raked in a year’s salary for her one-night stand with Trump back in 2006, long before he was in politics.

Stormy Daniels probably made no more than $1,500 for this sex scene from one of her porn films.

Stormy Daniels probably earned less than $1,500 for this sex scene from one of her porn films.

“What is the crime, the harm, the injury, to your client by Donald Trump?” Tucker asked. “As far as I understand, this was a consensual sexual relationship…She was paid at the end of it…I feel she’s being exploited by you and others. I feel sorry for her. I think you demean her repeatedly. And I think you are a hypocrite.”

Avenatti, who became world-famous for being Daniels’ lawyer, shot back: “The injury is that the agreement that was entered into was not adhered to by Michael Cohen and Donald Trump. They did not fulfill their end of the bargain.”

That assertion is false. Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, reportedly paid $130,000 to Daniels after she signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to never discuss her one-night stand with Trump.

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It was Daniels (through her lawyer Michael Avenatti) who broke the NDA by discussing her one-night stand and the $130,000 payment for sexual services rendered in 2006.

Even people who vehemently disapprove of extramarital affairs would understand why a married man would pay a woman to stay silent about a one-night stand he had 12 years ago. Countless politicians and celebrities have done this, with little or no backlash.

Tucker continued to call out Avenatti for profiting from the millions of dollars in free publicity he got from “representing” Daniels, who has to resort to working in strip clubs in small towns to eke out an existence while her lawyer shamelessly uses her to launch his 2020 presidential campaign.

“I’m a little bit confused,” Carlson said. “You are the protector of Stormy Daniels. Stormy Daniels is right now working in strip clubs in little towns on stage, and people are throwing things at her. You are wearing a $1,000 suit. Why are you not paying her?”

Tucker continued: “You have profited from Stormy Daniels. Tens of millions of dollars of free media, and she is working in strip clubs. You are exploiting her. Why are you not paying her some of what you are making?”

Avenatti responded with the weakest of comebacks by saying, “This is America. If a woman wants to perform in a strip club, she does so.”

Avenatti added, “Do you have any idea how much money I make? You have no idea.”

Carlson quipped: “I know that you have not paid your taxes.”

In July 2018, a federal bankruptcy court issued a restraining order to block Avenatti’s law firm from spending any fees it collects because he owes more than $10 million in unpaid debts and back taxes, the L.A. Times reported.

Here’s a flashback to the shady past of liberal heroes Bill and Hillary Clinton:

At one point, a furious Avenatti suggested that Carlson has an issue with porn:

“Why don’t you show respect to my client and stop calling us a ‘porn star’ and a ‘creepy porn lawyer’? Do you have that big of a problem with porn? When was the last time you saw porn?”

That’s when Tucker slam-dunked Avenatti: “Oh, you busted me. I’m into humiliation porn. That’s why I watch you on CNN.”

While Tucker won the internet with his sharp “humiliation porn” retort, there were plenty more fireworks as can be seen in the clips below:

 

The segment remained hot as Tucker questioned Avenatti on the issue of the border, should he make a run for president… as he has threatened.

 

Ratings-starved CNN devotes segment to porn star Stormy Daniels yapping about Trump’s penis

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a politics/lifestyle writer and a financial editor. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at @Samantha_Chang.
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