Clifford proposed on Monday that she be allowed to discuss her alleged affair with the president freely after repaying the money.
Cohen claimed that Trump not only "vehemently denies" the affair but that he allegedly had no knowledge of the $130,000 payment made to Stormy. It also threatens to erode the president's support among evangelical voters. The former adult entertainer has brazenly admitted that she received "hush" money from Donald Trump's lawyers to silence any potential tabloid fodder before 2016's presidential vote.
Daniels went on to say that it was "horribly embarrassing" that the first person written on her three-person list was the best in bed of them all, and said the man reached out to her "twice a month". The group claims it is an illegal campaign contribution because of the size and objective of the payment. CNN reports that Trump has been asking for advice about Stormy from close confidantes and advisors, who have told Trump to not fight back against Daniels' claims via her lawyer that her NDA is not valid, because such moves would make Trump appear guilty. Michael Avenatti, lawyer for the actress, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, last week tweeted a picture of himself, Clifford and CBS interviewer Anderson Cooper.
The exchange would allow Clifford to speak publicly about her allegations of an affair with Trump, and according to the letter "use and publish any text messages, photos and/or videos relating to the President that she may have in her possession, all without fear of retribution and/or legal liability for damages".
Cohen, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the letter, nor did Cohen's attorney.
Daniels sued Trump last week, contending that the nondisclosure agreement should be voided because Trump never signed it. The statement is an admission that the nondisclosure agreement exists and that it directly involves Trump.
Both President Trump and the White House continue to deny that there was ever a relationship or connection between Daniels and the president. Avenatti told CNN over the weekend that at least 10 people had offered to pay the penalty if she would discuss the alleged affair.