Stormy Daniels sketch is a nonexistent man


A day ago, Daniels revealed in an interview on a TV show "The View" why she chose to expose her sexual encounter with Trump. "Because I believe that he knows the noose is tightening", Avenatti told PEOPLE later Wednesday morning.

Trump's having none of it: "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man".

A federal judge in Los Angeles has set a hearing to determine whether there should be a stay in the case of porn actress Stormy Daniels who claims she had sex with President Donald Trump.

The $131,000 figure was an allusion to the $130,000 "hush money" payment that Daniels received shortly before the November 2016 presidential election from Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Daniels and Avenatti discussed the scandal surrounding her alleged relationship with Trump on The View, unveiling the police sketch for the first time.

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The sketch has faced some ridicule after social media users pointed out the man in the picture resembles National Football League quarterback Tom Brady.

"I'm done being bullied", she said of what she described as legal threats from Trump's lawyer Cohen, who is now embroiled in his own troubles with the law. He has said he used a home-equity loan to finance a $130,000 payment to Daniels in the final days of the 2016 campaign and did so without Trump's knowledge.

Trump has largely remained quiet on the subject, although he told reporters earlier this month that he did not know about the payment to Daniels.

"Hi Mr. President, today I'm gonna explain fake news because it's not what you think it is", Noah began, before delving into the dangers posed by intentionally fabricated news stories that spread on the wings of social media. The White House has consistently said Trump denies the affair.

Daniels is challenging the validity of the agreement in court, saying Trump never signed it.