Trump Will Do 'Fox & Friends' Interviews Every Month, Kellyanne Conway Says, Fulfilling Michael Avenatti's Wish

Stormy Daniels's lawyer Michael Avenatti has sarcastically pleaded for Donald Trump to do more interviews on Fox & Friends, following the president's wild call-in to the show Thursday in which he confirmed for the first time that his personal attorney Michael Cohen represented him in the "crazy Stormy Daniels deal."

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On Friday, White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway suggested that Avenatti will be granted his wish.

"The president has said he would like to perhaps come once a month and as news breaks," Conway said during her own interview on the president's favorite show Friday. "He'll keep us guessing."

Even the hosts on the Fox News show were a little taken aback, asking Conway to confirm what she had said, which she happily did.

Trump plans to do FOX PHONERS more regularly, Kellyanne Conway says on Fox News.

CONWAY: “The president has said he would like to perhaps come once a month and as news breaks. He’ll keep us guessing.”

FOX: Wait. Come to Fox & Friends once a month?

CONWAY: “Yes.”

— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) April 27, 2018

"The president was able to cover so much ground with you yesterday and appreciated the platform because it connects him with the American people," Conway added. "Not just on Fox News, but it really was the buzz around the globe yesterday in large part."

The interview dominated news headlines for much of the day. Trump's comments about Cohen and his claim that his attorney only handled a "tiny, tiny fraction" of his legal work was almost instantly used by prosecutors in a federal case in New York to argue against Cohen's assertion that a huge amount of documents should be protected by attorney-client privilege.

Avenatti who is representing Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, in a separate lawsuit in Los Angeles in which he hopes to depose the president, said Trump's appearance on Fox & Friends was a "dream."

What was Stormy Daniels' lawyer thinking during Trump's Fox & Friends interview?

Michael Avenatti: "I thought it was a dream, because I could not even fathom that the President would go on Fox & Friends and make these assertions"

— CNN (@CNN) April 27, 2018