Stormy Daniels says Trump scandal good for business

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Clifford's name dominated headlines this week after she sued Trump, saying a nondisclosure agreement was void because the President never signed it.

Laura Benanti reprised her role as Melania Trump on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where she spoke up about the Stormy Daniels lawsuit.

Clifford has been in the adult entertainment business for 17 years, she said.

While the notoriety has put a bigger spotlight on Clifford's career, she said, the attention also has its downsides.

"It's sort of been a double-edged sword", she said.

"I'm getting more dance bookings. We have to protect & build our Steel and Aluminum Industries while at the same time showing great flexibility and cooperation toward those that are real friends and treat us fairly on both trade and the military".

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She was seen Friday doing a striptease routine at the Solid Gold club in Pompano Beach, Florida. 'Now, yes, I'm more in demand, ' she said.

"Nonsense", she scoffed. "Of course I am - if you can call this living - ay!"

"The email shows conclusively that Mr. Cohen was operating in his capacity at the Trump Organization while negotiating the agreement and providing for the payment to Ms. Daniels", said Michael Avenatti, Daniels' attorney.

On Thursday, a nonprofit watchdog group has asked the Justice Department and the Office of Government Ethics to investigate whether the secret payment to Daniels, which Cohen says came from his own pocket and was made without Trump's knowledge, may have violated federal law because Trump did not list it on his financial disclosure forms.

Avenatti said she is not contemplating taking any of the offers, and Daniels told CNN money is not a pressing issue for her.

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