Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Makes ID Of Suspect Announcement; W.H Panic Mode Begins

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The Trump presidency has given Americans an array of scandals to be concerned about, including that of the commander-in-chief’s alleged affair with adult film star Stephanie Clifford, otherwise known as Stormy Daniels.

The scandal burst to the front of the political scene with the report earlier this year about the president’s team having facilitated a payment of $130,000 in hush money to Daniels covering the alleged affair. The president recently finally got around to addressing the scandal and claimed to have no knowledge of the payment.

One of the details of the story that has come out over recent weeks and months is that back in 2011, Daniels was threatened by an unidentified individual over her affair with the man who is now president.

That individual, according to Daniels, said to her, speaking in part of her daughter:

‘Leave Trump alone. Forget the story. That’s a beautiful little girl. It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom.’

The identity of that individual has remained a mystery, but now, Daniels’ lawyer is hinting on Twitter that their identity may soon be revealed.

Michael Avenatti, who has carried out a string of media appearances on his client’s behalf over recent weeks, tweeted an image of Daniels this Sunday with Lois Gibson, whom he called the “foremost forensic artist in the world.” Gibson can be seen drawing on a large sketchpad while Daniels, in the foreground of the image, reviews images of faces, perhaps pointing out features similar to that of the individual who approached her in a Las Vegas parking lot all those years ago.

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At the time of the threat, Daniels had been bringing her story into the public spotlight through such means as an interview with In Touch magazine that was never published until recently.

The image that Avenatti posted this Sunday of Daniels with Gibson comes a day after he posted a message on Twitter calling on people to expect a major announcement to be out soon about the identity of the individual who threatened Daniels back in 2011.

Avenatti quipped:

‘You can run but you can’t hide.’

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To be sure, there is no concrete indication — yet, at least — that the individual who threatened Daniels had any connection to Donald Trump.

The going line from the Trump team is that, as the president reiterated while speaking to reporters recently, the president had no part of the negotiations that led to the hush money that was delivered to Daniels and its associated nondisclosure agreement.

Avenatti is among the interests to point out the oddity of the Trump team claiming that Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen dished out the hush money without the president’s knowledge.

Seeking to bring the truth out into the open, Daniels has sued to be free from the NDA she signed, claiming it to be invalid because the president himself never signed it.

As a part of her efforts to see the full truth come to light, she sat for an interview with Anderson Cooper that aired recently on CBS. She shared details of the threat made on her over her story of an affair with Trump during that sit-down.

Check out Twitter’s response to her lawyer Michael Avenatti below.

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