It also threatens to erode the president's support among evangelical voters.
Last month, Trump's longtime attorney- Michael Cohen- came out saying he paid $130 Grand to Daniels out of his own pocket for a non-disclosure agreement.apparently to quiet the storm.
Common Cause filed amended complaints Monday with the Federal Election Commission and Justice Department. Mr Cohen claims the president was not aware of the payment.
Mr Avenatti said he does not consider the restraining order valid, and will continue with his suit. Avenatti set a deadline of Tuesday for Cohen to respond.
So, at least from a legal point of view, Daniels can't avoid her obligations under the NDA simply by returning the money she has already received in return for her promise of silence.
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"Under the offer, Stormy Daniels would be allowed to "(a) speak openly and freely about her prior relationship with the president and the attempts to silence her and (b) use and publish any text messages, photos and/or videos relating to the president that she may have in her possession, all without fear of retribution and/or legal liability for damages".
In her upcoming interview with the iconic CBS News program 60 Minutes, which was taped last week, adult film star Stormy Daniels reveals that Donald Trump enjoys being treated badly by women in sexual situations - behavior generally known as a "submissive" fetish, according to a report by Josh Marshall, the founder and editor of the long-running political site Talking Points Memo.
And it would require the agreement be signed by all parties, including the president, who did not put his name to the previous nondisclosure deal.
Mr Cohen did not immediately respond on Monday to requests for comment. Both Cohen and the White House have denied any sexual encounter between the President and Clifford.
The lawsuit claimed the "hush agreement" that was signed days before the 2016 presidential election is legally invalid because it was only signed by Clifford and Cohen and not by Trump.It refers to Trump as David Dennison and Clifford as Peggy Peterson, but an attached exhibit details their true identities. (PDF)Los Angeles-based lawyer Michael Avenatti told CNN's Michael Smerconish that no California court would enforce the $1 million penalty for "every episode that she goes out and speaks in violation of the confidentiality".