Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for the actress whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, said on Twitter that he'll refile the requests as soon as the president and his attorney seek to compel arbitration in the case.
Daniels wants to end an agreement from October 2016, the month before Trump was elected president, under which she received $130,000 USA in what she called hush money to keep quiet about a relationship she claimed to have begun with Trump in 2006.
Michael Avenatti, Daniels' attorney, filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Tuesday asking permission to question Trump for two hours.
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Legal experts said Otero made the right decision on Thursday. "If that contract were valid, the court likely would have no jurisdiction over this matter. Once the court has determined that the contract is invalid, it can move on to deciding whether any other claims, such as those relating to alleged intimidation, are sufficiently substantial to allow the case to go forward". "But depositions now would be premature".
"There is no urgency", he wrote in an email.
"Honestly, Michael Cohen does have a history of making vulgar and allegedly or arguably threatening comments", Kelly said.
Kelly first brought up an incident from 2015 when Cohen laid into reporter Tim Mak over a Daily Beast story about Ivana Trump accusing her former husband of "violating" her.
"It's absolutely not going to happen, not in this case anyway because the case itself is completely frivolous", Schwartz said. Requests for expedited proceedings, hearings, and discovery not clearly supported by the record and law are discouraged.