Stormy Daniels Tweets Michael Cohen Isn't Qualified to 'Clean Up My Horse's Manure'

Stormy Daniels has mocked President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen after revelations that the president reimbursed Cohen for a payment made to the adult film actress just days before the 2016 election. Another Trump lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said on Wednesday night that Trump had covered the cost of Cohen's payment to silence allegations by Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, that she had an affair with Trump in 2006.

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"I don't think Cohen is qualified to 'clean up' my horse's manure. Too soon?" Daniels wrote on Twitter.

I don't think Cohen is qualified to "clean up" my horse's manure. Too soon? #basta #TeamStormy

— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) May 3, 2018

Trump has previously insisted that he knew nothing about the payment before he referred to the "crazy Stormy Daniels" deal in an interview on Fox & Friends last week.

Daniels has filed a lawsuit claiming that the non-disclosure agreement is void because Trump did not sign it. In federal court in Los Angeles last week, a judge granted Cohen's request to stay the case for 90 days citing the likelihood that Cohen's would be indicted following an FBI raid on his home, office and hotel room last month, which reportedly sought records related to the payment to Daniels.

In response, Trump has sued Daniels for breaking the non-disclosure agreement with her comments about the alleged affair.

Daniels's lawyer Michael Avenatti has claimed that Giuliani's revelation Wednesday was a "bombshell" and that "Every American regardless of their political persuasion ... should be disgusted by what has happened in connection with the lies that you have been told over the last three months about this payment."

"Every American regardless of their political persuasion ... should be disgusted by what has happened in connection with the lies that you have been told over the last three months about this payment." - Michael Avenatti, attorney for Stormy Daniels https://t.co/BvizMdqjtL pic.twitter.com/E2Qlbpa9kr

— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) May 3, 2018

Giuliani defended Cohen's payment Thursday against allegations that it represented a campaign contribution stating that he made it of his own accord in order to protect the president and his wife, Melania.

"If we had to defend this as not being a campaign contribution, I think we could do that," Giuliani told Fox & Friends. "This was for personal reasons. This was the president had been hurt, personally, not politically, personally so much. and the first lady, by some of the false allegations, that one more false allegation, six years old. i think he was trying to help the family. For that, the man is being treated like some kind of villain. He was just being a good lawyer. And a good man."

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Adult film actress Stormy Daniels (Stephanie Clifford) exits the United States District Court Southern District of New York for a hearing related to Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime personal attorney and confidante, April 16, 2018 in New York City. Drew Angerer/Getty Images