So this tweeter’s hero god, Emperor Ample Ass, is the victim of his own chronic infidelity, and the women he cheats with are the traitorous bitches who need to be executed. Makes perfect sense to me. That’s assuming this tweeter is a legit dumb fuck and not some Russian toiling in some troll sweatshop – almost impossible to say, they sound exactly the same.
I think the current argument from Trump is that: “Mr. Trump did not have an affair with that woman, and furthermore he has won in arbitration against the woman that he didn’t have sex with regarding the NDA that she signed that forces her not to talk about the sex that they didn’t have.”
Cohen’s position seems to be somewhat less scattershot: “I arranged for an NDA with Ms. Daniels, but not with Mr. Trump. I paid Ms. Daniels the hush-money, but I did not do that on behalf of any client in particular. The NDA is to prevent Ms. Daniels from talking about Mr. Trump, but Mr. Trump had no knowledge of the agreement with Ms. Daniels, which I drafted, signed and paid for entirely on his behalf, without his knowledge. The NDA is valid even though Mr. Trump didn’t sign it, and Ms. Daniels has violated the NDA that was created without Mr. Trump’s knowledge and she now owns someone between $1M and $20M.”
I haven’t read the NDA, but if Trump’s name isn’t anywhere in the document (and I’m assuming it isn’t because that would be evidence of an affair, and besides…Dennison) how can that NDA possibly be enforced? How could Cohen prove she was breaking the NDA when it doesn’t specify who she isn’t supposed to be talking about? If it specifies Dennison, she can’t be breaking it by talking about Trump unless they acknowledge Trump is Dennison (hence admitting to the affair).
Pseudonyms don’t nullify it as long as the party can be identified. Presumably, the lawyers involved can do that (in addition to the other party, Stephanie Clifford). Of course, Trump acknowledging the identity apparently carries its own set of legal risks for him and his lawyers from what I understand.
First, some interesting facts about Trump and his empire may be uncovered during discovery, if and when any of these cases ever go to trial.
Second, paying for all these lawyers and all the Russia lawyers adds up to a big bill for the chronically cash-poor Trump. Currently he’s paying for the Russia lawyers out of the RNC, using it his legal slush fund. Given how incredibly stupid and corrupt he is, I will honestly be surprised if he doesn’t start paying for his adultery hush-money and sexual assault cases out of the RNC as well. This raises some interesting questions about legality. Even more importantly it will escalate conflict between Trump and the GOP’s donors. Why should anyone give money to the RNC when it’s being used to finance Trump’s lawyers instead of elect Republican candidates? This tension will just increase the more legal misadventures Trump stumbles into.
Last but far from least, the more lawsuits Trump gets entangled in, the more lawyers he’ll blow through and the worse his legal representation will get across the board. He’s already scraping the bottom of the barrel - he’s always been impossible to deal with as a client.