>> Rudy Giuliani on Sunday tried to defend an alleged payoff to pornstar made by one of Trump's lawyers. The former New York City mayor and prosecutor appeared on ABC News, and said that Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, paid the money to settle a personal issue that would be embarrassing to the presidential candidates.
Giuliani, who recently joined the President's legal team, then added that the lawyer could have paid off other women as well.>> Were you lying to us at the time or were you in the dark?>> The President has denied and->> The comment Sunday come as the White House continue to try to offer a consistent explanation of who knew what and when the payment to adult film star, Stormie Daniels, just days before the 2016 presidential election.
>> As the campaign manager for them, winning part of the campaign, this never crossed my desk. I was never made aware of this. I found this out a long time afterwards, long after I got into the White House.>> Daniels' lawyer said the continuing twist and turns in the White House narrative only helped his client's case.
>> The more they talk, the better our case gets, and here's why. Because they can't keep their stories straight, they can't keep their lies straight. They keep providing further explanations upon explanations because they don't want to tell the American people the truth about what happened here.>> Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, says she was paid $130,000 to sign a non-disclosure agreement, keeping quiet about an alleged sexual affair with Trump that occurred a decade earlier.
Trump's longtime personal attorney, Cohen, said he paid Daniels with his own money. Trump denies the affair, and up until last month said that he had no knowledge of the payments. Daniels is suing Trump and Cohen in an effort to void the non-disclosure agreements, claiming it was never valid because Trump does not appear to have signed it