Kimmel asked Daniels about a letter from her denying the affair again that was released before her appearance Tuesday, pointing out that her signature looked different than on previous statements and on signed photographs. At one point, Kimmel questioned her about a 2011 interview she did with the magazine "In Touch", which wasn't published until this year.
Cohen provided an initial statement signed by Daniels denying that it occurred. It came from the internet, she added. "I am denying it because it never happened". And even though Daniels' interview didn't do much to clear the cloud of speculation around her, it definitely wasn't a disappointing night.
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Kimmel then asked the adult film star where the letter came from.
"That's not the craziest thing I've read about myself on the internet today", Daniels said. "But if you didn't have a nondisclosure agreement, you most certainly could say, "I don't" have a nondisclosure agreement, yes?"
The Trump administration has flatly denied the allegations.
The non-disclosure agreement Daniels was allegedly bribed to sign became the next topic of interest.
He addressed some Trump supporters' claims that having Daniels on the show was disrespectful, referencing Trump having three women who accused Bill Clinton of inappropriate sexual behavior in the audience during a campaign debate with Hillary Clinton. The first lady recently canceled plans to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, with her husband and retired instead to their Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago.
Kimmel pointed out a discrepancy in the signatures on the most recent statement, and another signature on an earlier statement that came out after reports that she received $130,000 in exchange for her silence.