Adult film star Stormy Daniels has been in the media a lot lately, with the details of her affair with US President Donald Trump and all of his kinks and sexual pleasures becoming journalistic gold. But the juiciest revelation has not been that he likes to be spanked with an issue of Time magazine that has his face on the cover, but rather that his lawyer Michael Cohen paid out $130,000 to keep Daniels’ trap shut (a settlement that didn’t work, since she’s now spreading it all over the media).

Now, Trump is denying that he ever knew anything about this settlement, and told reporters on Air Force One to “ask Michael Cohen” if they want to know the details of the settlement.

The President had previously been avoiding mentioning the Stormy Daniels case at all, since it’s not going to make him look good no matter what, but he’s recently made an exception to deny all knowledge of this settlement.

Trump also denies knowledge of where the money came from

When he was asked if he knew where Cohen managed to drum up the $130,000 if it wasn’t from him, Trump simply said, “I don’t know.” Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti (two lawyers named Michael on either side of the same case) has accused Trump of lying. He said, “It is one thing to deceive the press and quite another to do so under oath.” So, we’ll just have to wait and see what happens when this thing goes to court (if it goes to court).