The White House has pushed back against Michael Cohen's claims, describing him as "a disgraced felon and disbarred lawyer, who lied to Congress."
"She is a kind, good person. I respect her greatly, and she did not deserve that," Cohen said during his public testimony on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
Miranda Panda and Brittany Walters settled with the city of Columbus, Ohio, for $150,000 after they were unlawfully arrested at a gentlemen's club along with Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels, in July 2018.
Stormy Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti criticized Cohen for postponing his plan to testify before congress next month.
At a hearing, the judge did not issue a ruling but seemed to favor Trump and his attorneys' view that the suit no longer had legal grounds.
"We must send a message that we will fight to make America America again," the lawyer tweeted on Sunday.
The performer was arrested last week but charges were dropped.
Rudy Giuliani claimed that he would use his law firm's funds to make payments similar to the one made by Michael Cohen to Stormy Daniels.
The Fox News host said she "put her legal hat on" while trying to make sense of the situation.
"We discussed me coming onto the show to debate the case. Let's do this," Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti has said to Fox News Host Sean Hannity.
"I can speak for only the White House, and I can say categorically that obviously the White House didn't engage in any wrongdoing," deputy press secretary Raj Shah said.
Hillary Clinton defended Bill Clinton days after the Monica Lewinsky reports broke out.
The adult film star says a hush agreement about her alleged affair with Donald Trump should be "null and void."
Cohen called the report "fake news."
New allegations add to controversy over porn star Stormy Daniels.
Porn star says she's now free to talk about her alleged affair with Trump after his lawyer publicly admitted to paying her $130,000.