Stormy’s lawyer eyes new claims

New York Daily News - - ‘STILL NO COLLUSION,’ TRUMP SAYS - Ter­ence Cullen

THE AT­TOR­NEY for Stormy Daniels is vet­ting two more women who claim they were si­lenced about af­fairs they had with Pres­i­dent Trump.

Michael Ave­natti said the women may have re­ceived larger pay­ments than the $130,000 that Daniels re­ceived right be­fore the elec­tion to not dis­cuss an al­leged 2006 tryst.

“I think we are on the verge of be­ing able to state that they’re fully vet­ted,” Ave­natti said Thurs­day dur­ing an ap­pear­ance on MSNBC’s “Morn­ing Joe.” “It’s up to them, ul­ti­mately, if they’re will­ing to come for­ward.”

The at­tor­ney said the women’s ac­counts are “on solid ground,” but didn’t pro­vide many de­tails about some of their al­le­ga­tions. But he said it might show the X-rated ac­tress wasn’t the only woman to reach a quiet set­tle­ment with Trump or his long­time fixer Michael Cohen.

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