The legal counsel of President Trump's attorney says Stormy Daniels lied in her "60 Minutes" interview about having an affair with Donald Trump in 2006.
On "Good Morning America", Michael Cohen's lawyer said his client denies any involvement regarding her charge that a man approached her in a parking lot and threatened her back in 2011.
Attorney David Schwarz told GMA that had Daniels' claim been real, she would have filed a police over the incident--instead of simply going "to her Pilates class."
The lawyer representing Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti, told the Today show says he's holding back on more evidence which he claims supports the allegation that Daniels had an affair with Trump.
Avenatti was asked about his tweet last week of a photo of a CD or DVD that he told CBS was a "warning shot." But he declined to say more about the image, which is unlabeled and indistinct.