Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, declined on Wednesday to say whether or not a sex tape of his client with President Donald Trump exists.
During an interview with MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace, Avenatti insisted that people will believe Daniels’ story about the alleged affair when they see her tell it on video. Wallace repeatedly pressured Avenatti to tell her if that means a sex tape exists, but Avenatti played coy.
“You said its not just words — I mean, is there a sex tape?” Wallace asked. “Is there a sex tape?”
“I’m not going to answer that,” Avenatti said.
“Could there be a sex tape?” she pressed.
“Could be, might be, would be, could be, who knows?” he responded.
Wallace returned to the question at the end of the interview after Avenatti said “few things would make” him happier than having the White House deny that Trump had relations with Daniels. He insisted he could “100 percent” prove that the pair had an intimate relationship.
“With videos, and texts, and images?” Wallace grilled.
“I applaud your efforts, no comment,” Avenatti concluded.