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Melania to stay at Mar-a-Lago ahead of Stormy Daniels interview

Melania to stay at Mar-a-Lago ahead of Stormy Daniels interview

But the two prime time interviews - along with a judge's decision this week to let a defamation lawsuit filed by former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos, who alleges Trump groped her, move forward - have intensified the spotlight on the president's history with women.

In the pre-taped interview, CBS says Daniels talks to Cooper about the relationship she says lasted from 2006 and 2007.

Avenatti is representing Stephanie Clifford, otherwise known as Stormy Daniels, who is suing Trump over a nondisclosure agreement she argues is void.

The president, meanwhile, has denied having an affair with Daniels, while Trump's attorney Michael Cohen has said that he paid $130,000 of his own money to have her sign a confidentiality agreement.

He also previously released a picture of Daniels submitting to a polygraph test in 2011 about the affair and says she passed it.

ABC's Tara Palmieri confirmed the report, also tweeting, "President Trump and Melania will not be together when the interview airs".

NEW YORK (AP) - The head of CBS News said Tuesday that a "60 Minutes" interview with adult film star Stormy Daniels is on its way but that mor...

Michael Avenatti, attorney and spokesman for Stormy Daniels, listens to reporters' questions during an interview at The Associated Press, Wednesday in NY.

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The payment has since become the focus of campaign finance complaints to the Federal Election Commission.

Cohen has admitted to facilitating a payment to Daniels in 2016.

Each violation of the agreement carries a penalty of $1 million.

She is apparently an avid equestrian in her spare time.

The news comes quick on the heels of rumors suggesting yesterday that Melania is so "disgusted" with the series of events surrounding her husband, adult star Stormy Daniels and former playboy model, Karen McDougal, that she wouldn't even look at him.

Mr Avenatti said: "I want to be really clear about this: It is a warning shot".

But she says she hasn't focused too much on the negative publicity because she isn't looking for 'approval from anyone or recognition'.