The Daily Beast reported Monday night that Daniels' friend Keith Munyan, who was one of the four people named in the actress' lawsuit against the president and his lawyer Michael Cohen, was privy to a number of calls between her and Trump.
President Trump has never been one to hold back when it came to his thoughts on high-profile topics.
The letter demands that once the money has been returned, the contract ensuring Ms Clifford's silence would be "deemed null and void".
The offer, which was declared in a letter addressed to Michael Cohen and Lawrence Rosen, outlines that in exchange for the refund, Daniels would be able to "speak openly and freely about her prior relationship with the President and the attempts to silence her". While Trump's camp has denied the relationship, Daniels's lawyers have said the affair did happen and that the nondisclosure agreement was invalid because it was not signed by Trump.
Avenatti in a letter to Cohen, a copy of which was seen by Reuters, said the actress would wire the funds to an account of Trump's choosing by Friday. (She was previously represented by another California attorney, Keith Davidson.) Within days Avenatti prepared to challenge the deal - which stipulated that disagreements would be argued in secret before a confidential arbitrator - arguing it was not valid because Trump did not sign it.
The Dallas Morning News reported, on Monday, that Texas officials are investigating whether a notary properly witnessed the non-disclosure agreement. Cohen reportedly paid Daniels $130,000 to keep quiet about the affair ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
"Our offer proves this out".
WASHINGTON-President Trump is probably powerless to stop 60 Minutes from airing an interview with the porn star who claims to have had an affair with him, according to legal experts.
Daniels previously told In Touch magazine in 2011 that she had a sexual encounter with Trump, who was best known as a real estate mogul and the host of "The Apprentice" at the time. He even told the Beast that Daniels would turn the speakerphone on when the then-reality show star would call her. But her spokeswoman said last month that Daniels planned to "tell her story", prompting Trump's lawyers to obtain a temporary restraining order from a private arbitrator.