Giuliani also said he respected porn stars, but not "the way I respect a career woman or a woman of substance or a woman who. isn't going to sell her body for sexual exploitation".
The claim is a response to a lawsuit Daniels filed earlier this week, which alleged Davidson was a "puppet" who "colluded" with Trump attorney Michael Cohen to have Daniels appear on Fox News and deny she'd had an affair with Trump.
"There is a way to just swat away questions and politely answer questions, and then there's a way to get into your monster truck and drive over a little vehicle and crush it and go back", Scarborough said.
Additionally, the lawsuit claims Davidson has not returned the complete client file to Clifford, despite at least five demands, and he was involved in planting a false Wall Street Journal story that she was uncooperative with Southern District of NY investigators working on the Cohen investigation.
"I don't believe Mrs. Trump has ever discussed her thoughts on anything with Mr. Giuliani", Melania Trump's spokeswoman told CNN in a statement. I don't even think there's a slight suspicion that it's true.
"Luckily for us", she added, "Americans do find Stormy Daniels credible and a powerful female to be reckoned with".
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When pressed by CNN's Dana Bash about how some may find his views on the porn industry and women "antiquated", Giuliani said feminists in his day disapproved of porn.
Adult film actress Kimberly Kane, who has appeared in hundreds of films, said the statement is "dangerous and dehumanizing to sex workers".
Daniels has said that she had a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006, soon after his wife Melania gave birth to their son Barron.
Why would The First Lady want to be associated with one of her husband's alleged mistresses, especially when she just had surgery for a "benign kidney condition", and had been out of public view for 25 days.
Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti responded by calling Giuliani a "misogynist". "Stormy Daniels?" Giuliani said while shaking his head.
In a statement, Avenatti said Davidson is "a proven liar and his conduct is abhorrent".
It seems that Giuliani spoke out of turn, though, because on Thursday, Stephanie Grisham, East Wing communications director, had something to say about the comments.