More information may soon come out regarding the allegations, as Daniels' manager claims Cohen's public acknowledgement of the NDA breaks the agreement - allowing her to come forward with her story if she wishes to.
Neither Cohen's bank nor Clifford's lawyer's bank commented to The Wall Street Journal. The awkward interview featured plenty of jabs at Trump, including Kimmel pulling out dolls that resembled both Daniels and the president. Stephanie Clifford, known in her films as Stormy Daniels, received the money under the pseudonym Peggy Peterson, according to previous reports. "Not that I'm aware of", Sanders replied. 'I'd refer you to Michael on that, ' she added, passing the ball back to Cohen.
Not only is there additional evidence that Trump is connected to a payment centering around an agreement which bars Ms. Clifford from discussing an alleged sexual encounter with Trump in 2006, but the bank who facilitated it "flagged the transaction as suspicious and reported it to the Treasury Department, according to a person familiar with the matter".
That moved seemed to be a way for Cohen to help shield the president and the campaign from accusations of campaign funds abuse. That statement is important because if Trump and his campaign did, er, collude with the payment, then it could have violated campaign finances laws.
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Cohen admitted last month that he "facilitated" the payment to Daniels using his own money.
Cohen's bank reportedly flagged the transaction and brought it to the attention of the Treasury Department.
The Journal, citing a source, said that the payment was received October 27 at City National Bank in Los Angeles. He said he wasn't reimbursed by the Trump campaign or the Trump Organization, his former employer, but declined to answer questions about whether he was reimbursed by Mr. Trump or anyone else.
'As a matter of policy, we don't confirm or comment on inquiries from regulatory agencies or law enforcement, including subpoenas, ' City National told the Journal.