Stormy Daniels and Michael Avenatti said Friday they will be at the hearing when former President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, presents his public testimony before Congress early next month.
"I am pleased to announce that @StormyDaniels and I will attend the hearing in Congress when Cohen declares," Avenatti wrote on Twitter. "What is only appropriate, since it never would have happened, but for @StormyDaniels."
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Cohen has alleged that, when he acted as a repairman for Trump during the 2016 campaign, he made a $ 130,000 payment to Daniels to cover up a 2006 issue between the adult film star and Trump at the request of the presidential candidate.
Faced with accusations of a campaign financing violation, Trump played down the importance of the payment and considered it a civil matter, not a criminal one.
Daniels, represented by Avenatti, opposed Cohen for the non-disclosure agreement surrounding the payment, signed in October 2016, before Cohen appeared before the president and was sentenced in August 2018 for tax fraud and lying to Congress. .
Cohen was sentenced in December 2018 to three years in federal prison. He was ordered to surrender on March 6.
Cohen will testify before the Oversight Committee of the House of Representatives on February 7, when the newly authorized House of Representatives Democrats hold a high profile exercise in the oversight of the Republican president.