Daniels has even placed an offer to return the $130,000 payment that she received in 2016 from Michael Cohen, Trump's personal lawyer, as reported by the New York Times.
"Time to buckle up", said Stormy Daniels' lawyer on Tuesday as the deadline set by the adult film star for Donald Trump or his lawyer to respond to her offer to return a $130,000 hush fee in exchange for the freedom to speak about an alleged past affair with Trump came and went.
The source said Trump is being told by advisers not to fight Daniels' decision to break a confidentiality agreement because it would make him look guilty.
Avenatti in a letter to Cohen, a copy of which was seen by Reuters, said the actress would wire the funds to an account of Trump's choosing by Friday.
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And it would require the agreement be signed by all parties, including the president, who did not put his name to the previous nondisclosure deal.
A message left with Cohen was not immediately returned. Neither Cohen, nor his lawyer, Lawrence Rosen, responded to a request for comment.
BuzzFeed reported on Sunday that "lawyers associated with President Donald Trump are considering legal action to stop "60 Minutes" from airing" the interview.
The lawsuit claimed the "hush agreement" that was signed days before the 2016 presidential election is legally invalid because it was only signed by Clifford and Cohen and not by Trump.
Clifford could be subjected to a $1 million penalty if she broke the nondisclosure agreement she signed.
Avenatti told CNN's "New Day" last week that Clifford would "absolutely" pay back the $130,000 if she was allowed to speak about the alleged affair.