Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Trump reveals formally reimbursement to lawyer who paid adult actress

The American President, Donald Trump, showed formally that your attorney has staff in more than 100,000 dollars in 2017, apparently in relation to a payment to pornographic actress Stormy Daniels, according to official documents.
The revelations, published on Wednesday (16) ethics Agency of the U.S. Government, do not specify the reasons for the payment of Trump to lawyer Michael Cohen, who gave $130,000 to Stormy Daniels during the election campaigns of 2016.
Daniels, whose birth name is Stephanie Clifford, said he had a brief relationship with Trump in 2006, when he was already married, claim that the President denies, just like initially denied having knowledge of the payment made by Cohen.
The lawyer acknowledged that the amount was destined to make Daniels didn't talk publicly about your relationship with the Tycoon.
The issue began to be clarified at the beginning of the month, when Rudy Giuliani, new Member of the President's legal team, said that Trump had repaid by $130,000 to Cohen.
According to a note of revelations delivered on Tuesday to the Ethics Office of the U.S. Government, Cohen had incurred in "expenses" on behalf of Trump in 2016 valued at between $100,001 and 250,000.
"Cohen asked for reimbursement of these expenses and Trump you repaid fully in 2017," he adds.
Daniels seeks justice annul a confidentiality agreement between her and Cohen to keep secret details of your bond with the Republican Tycoon.
The actress also filed a lawsuit against Trump in early may for defamation, after he denied your claim that had been threatened by a man who represented him in 2011.
Cohen, for your time, have their own legal problems.
The FBI searched your House and your Office in early April, and confiscated documents and other materials related to a criminal investigation. The authorities gave no details on the alleged involvement of the lawyer.
The financial documents published on Wednesday also give an insight into the workings of two of the most important hotels of the President: the Trump International Hotel in Washington-that attracts lobbyists, legislators and foreign officials who make business with the federal Government and the resort Sea-to-Lake in Florida, known as "the winter White House".

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