Giuliani sparked outrage from some camps this week after he attacked Daniels' credibility over her profession, saying: "I don't respect a porn star 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 former mayor of NY said: "Yes, I respect porn stars".
"A guy walked up on me and said to me, 'Leave Trump alone".
"I've never interviewed Melania, there is no reason to", Giuliani said. Trump has denied it.
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She has since been fired and a review of her applications was initiated, resulting in at least 291 revocations. The state of Florida gave out concealed weapons licenses to almost 300 people who never should've gotten them.
Trump appeared in three Playboy videos that feature nudity and soft-core pornographic content between 1994 and 2001, according to reports by CNN and BuzzFeed. The purported text messages show Cohen attempting to have Daniels appear on Sean Hannity's show in January 2018, after the Wall Street Journal broke the news that Cohen had paid Daniels $130,000 to remain silent about an alleged relationship with Trump and In Touch magazine published an article about a 2011 interview with Daniels in which she discussed the relationship.
He said Daniels or her manager Gina Rodriguez called him "seemingly hundreds of times", urging Davidson to reach out to Cohen to convince him that the "various financial opportunities/activities" that Daniels wanted to participate in were not in violation of her hush agreement. "Suffice to say, since Ms. Clifford has begun working with Mr. Avenatti, her goals have transformed".
Daniels' legal professional Michael Avenatti replied by calling Giuliani a "misogynist" on Twitter.
Of course, this is now one of several lawsuits that Stormy AKA Stephanie Clifford and her very media friendly Avenatti have going against Team Trump.
The first lady has not publicly commented about any of the sexual misconduct allegations against her husband. Giuliani said. "And therefore sell their bodies".
Giuliani also defended his remarks Thursday, telling CNN "If you're a [feminist] and you support the porn industry, you should turn in your credentials".
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