Stormy Daniels's friend describes listening in on her phone calls with Trump

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The president of CBS News says a "60 Minutes" interview Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels who alleges she had an affair with President Trump, is very much in the works and will air soon, despite reports of legal threats from Mr. Trump's lawyer. While Trump's camp has denied the relationship, Daniels's lawyers have said the affair did happen and that the non-disclosure agreement was invalid because it was not signed by Trump.

President Donald Trump has been seeking counsel from confidantes on how he should handle the Stormy Daniels situation, a source close to the President tells CNN.

Daniels went on to say that it was "horribly embarrassing" that the first person written on her three-person list was the best in bed of them all, and said the man reached out to her "twice a month".

"The new contract will ensure that Daniels can "(a) speak openly and freely about her prior relationship with the president and the attempts to silence her and (b) use and publish any text messages, photos and/or videos relating to the president that she may have in her possession, all without fear of retribution and/or legal liability for damages".

Regardless of whether Cohen accepts Clifford's offer, the money is the subject of a complaint by the watchdog group Common Cause to the Federal Election Commission.

Trump denies the affair.

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And it would require the agreement be signed by all parties, including the president, who did not put his name to the previous nondisclosure deal.

Daniels's attorney declined to comment to CNN, and Clem told the network in a statement that he doesn't believe the alleged affair is "that big of a deal".

The White House referred the matter to Trump's personal attorney for comment.

Clifford filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles last week that sought to invalidate the agreement so she could "set the record straight".

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said last week that "arbitration was won in the President's favor" regarding the case.

Clifford could be subjected to a $1 million penalty if she broke the nondisclosure agreement she signed.

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