Stormy Daniels’ lawyer just revealed Trump likely forced another porn star to abort his baby (WATCH)

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While the Republican Party has been embroiled in a slew of hush money scandals over the course of the last few months, Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, insinuated during this mornings episode of MSNBC’s Morning Joe that a $1.6 million hush money payment – originally thought to have been made on behalf of former RNC deputy finance chairman Elliott Broidy – may not have actually done so for Broidy.

Instead, Michael Avenatti attests that Cohen never technically disclosed Elliott Broidy as one of his “publicly prominent” clients when forced to do so by Judge Kimba Wood in court.

“So, Mika, you are familiar with the fact that a week ago, Judge Wood ordered Michael Cohen’s attorneys to disclose all of his clients for the last three years,” Avenatti said, “and there were three clients listed — three clients listed. Do you recall which three?”

Mika Brzezinski listed Trump, Fox News host Sean Hannity, and former RNC finance chair Elliott Broidy, when Avenatti stopped her.

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“No, no, no. Mr. Trump, the Trump organization and Sean Hannity. Mr. Broidy was not disclosed in open court as one of Michael Cohen’s clients.”

“I think at some point we are going to find out,” he continued “if in fact, the client in connection with the ($1.6 million) settlement was, in fact, Mr. Broidy. I’m going to leave it at that.”

In other words, Avenatti implied that because Broidy was not mentioned as one of Cohen’s clients in comments to the judge by Cohen’s attorneys in open court hearings, the $1.6 million payment in exchange for silence about a Playboy model’s affair and subsequent abortion had to refer to either Trump or Hannity.

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In fact, while Broidy took responsibility for the affair and offered to pay for the abortion, his wording is such that he does not preclude someone else from also having engaged in an affair, or for the abortion to refer directly back to him.

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“I acknowledge I had a consensual relationship with a Playboy Playmate,” Mr. Broidy said in a statement provided by a spokesman. “At the end of our relationship, this woman shared with me that she was pregnant. She alone decided that she did not want to continue with the pregnancy and I offered to help her financially during this difficult period.”

It’s wholly possible, then, that because she simply “shared with [Broidy] that she was pregnant,” he did not – at least through the wording in his statement – acknowledge if the terminated pregnancy was of his doing.

If what Avenatti says about Cohen’s three clients is true – despite what court-filed documents state – and if his implication about Broidy not being the man who had the affair that resulted in a pregnancy is true, then Trump has a much, much bigger problem on his hands than Stormy Daniels.

The Republican Party is effectively predicated on its vehement opposition to abortion, and were it to emerge that Trump was in anyway party to one of his mistresses terminating a pregnancy, his so-far unwavering support among evangelical Christians might finally begin to wane.

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Then again, maybe not.  As shocking as it may be for them to look the other way, it wouldn’t be the first issue on which the GOP has sold itself out for their conman of a leader.

Watch the entire exchange below:

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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