"One of the worst T.V. appearances by any attorney on behalf of a client in modern times."
President Donald Trump's top personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said "we don't have to" comply with a subpoena from Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation and left open the possibility that Michael Cohen may have made payments to other women on behalf of Trump.
Daniels made a surprise appearance on 'Saturday Night Live' last night.
"For over 9 yrs after the end of the affair ... Mr. Trump had a family. And yet no payment was ever made to 'protect them,'" Avenatti said.
"When we talk about the president lying and not lying and all this other stuff I think there's another component to this that people are missing...the president is not like the other presidents."
"I was the campaign manager. A lot crossed my desk," Kellyanne Conway said.
One reporter asked "why the president was not truthful with the American people."
The president and his attorneys have provided conflicting accounts about the payment and what Donald Trump knew about it.
"Jared is a fine man, you know that. But men are, you know, disposable," Giuliani said.
The Fox News host said she "put her legal hat on" while trying to make sense of the situation.
Rudy Giuliani has insisted the payment made to Stormy Daniels days before the 2016 election was not a campaign contribution.
Rudy Giuliani revealed Trump had repaid Cohen for the payment the president said he had no knowledge of.
Giuliani confirmed for the first time that Trump repaid his attorney Michael Cohen.
"The law firm of Larry, Mo and Curly, and of counsel Rudy, can't actually find out what the truth is," Scarborough said of Trump's legal team.
Now that he is a private citizen, Comey can address the still murky connections between the New York FBI office, elements of the New York Police Department and Donald Trump.
New York Times reports that a $916 million loss in 1995 may have enabled the GOP nominee to legally avoid paying income taxes for 18 years.
Washington Post-ABC poll shows Hillary Clinton by 8 points; Reuters/Ipsos poll shows the Democratic candidate up by 3.