President Donald Trump said he won’t seek to enforce a $130,000 hush agreement with adult film star Stormy Daniels that was set up before the election. The president’s attorneys said in a court filing that Trump does not think the agreement is valid and will not go forward with threats to sue her for breaking the deal.
The move came mere hours after a lawyer for the shell company Trump’s longtime attorney, Michael Cohen, used to seal the deal agreed to throw out the agreement. The company, Essential Consultants, asked Daniels to give back the $130,000 she was paid to stay silent about an alleged affair she claims to have had with Trump in 2006. And the company also said it would no longer pursue an earlier threat to file a lawsuit against Daniels after Cohen had said she could be on the hook for $20 million for violating the deal.
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