Report: President Trump asking advisers if he should respond to affair scandals
A new report says President Trump is asking his advisers whether or not to discuss the alleged affairs that he had before taking office.
The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday, Trump affairs are now being reported all across news networks which are making the President ask his advisers if he should, in fact, fight back the allegations.
Former porn star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal are fighting to end their non-disclosure agreements to be able to openly speak about their affairs with the president.
An interview with Daniels is scheduled for Sunday on "60 Minutes."
The Journal said the reports of Trump having affairs after he married his wife Melania have not affected his support among his voters, advisers are very much worrying that engaging would be inappropriate for a president.
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On the other hand, Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen has denied Trump’s affairs while admitting to paying $130,000 to Daniels to stay silent on her affair with Trump.
This happened right before the 2016 election. Cohen said the money came out of his own pocket.
According to the White House, Trump was unaware Daniels got paid.