First lady's office pushes back against Giuliani on Stormy Daniels comment

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Melania Trump's spokeswoman is slamming Rudy Giuliani's claim that Melania told him "she believes" Trump didn't have an affair with Stormy Daniels!

Rudy Giuliani is not backing down from comments he made about not respecting Stormy Daniels because of her work in the adult film industry.

Trump has denied Daniels' allegations that they had sex just months after his wife, Melania, gave birth to their son.

That's because Melania Trump hasn't "ever discussed her thoughts on anything" with Giuliani, spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said in a statement to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.


Giuliani said during a news conference in Israel this week that while he respected "all human beings", he holds a lower level of respect for Daniels, because of her profession.

"Countless reckless and false statements have been made against Davidson by the Counter-defendants since Avenatti began what Hon".

In his separate claim against Cohen, Davidson reportedly says that Cohen recorded their communication without asking Davidson in violation of California law, which requires that all parties in a recorded telephone conversation give their consent. The two men appear to communicate about arranging a phone call, and at one point, when Davidson asks Cohen whether he is calling him, Cohen responds: "With flotus". Davidson no longer represents either woman.

"Every once in a while a smoke signal kind of comes up from the first lady and her office, where you see kind of how she really feels about things, and that was an awfully big one", he added.


"Mr. Giuliani is a misogynist". She alleges Cohen and Davidson were trying to get her "to provide a false interview and lie to the American people to serve the best interests of Mr. Trump and Mr. Cohen". She ended up not appearing on the show.

It's the third lawsuit that Michael Avenatti, Daniels' current attorney, has filed regarding Trump and the non-disclosure agreement, according to the article.

They include the two discussing a rush to get Daniels on Fox News in January to dispute the affair claims after Cohen was alerted to a story that was set to be published in In Touch magazine, the suit claims.

When Davidson responded that Daniels would be unavailable that day but that he was working on making her available to "commit for tomorrow", Cohen replied, "It's really important". He filed the lawsuits on Thursday in federal court in Los Angeles.


"Look, Rudy's great", Trump said Friday as he prepared to leave the White House on Friday en route to a Group of Seven economic summit in Canada.

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