He contended Daniels always meant to remain silent, until Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, began giving interviews and bringing the matter to public light.
With a large amount of information about the alleged affair and "hush money" payment between Daniels and Trump already publicly reported, why is Trump said to be frantic to stop the interview from airing?
President Trump can't shake questions about his relationship with adult film star Stormy Daniels, but the sexually charged intrigue is not likely to spawn charges under criminal or campaign finance law, said legal experts.
"This is a fair proposal that will allow the American people to learn the truth if it is accepted by the president", Trump's lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, Clifford's attorney Michael Avenatti said in a statement.
Daniels also sued Essential Consultants, a DE limited liability company formed by Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen on October 17, 2016, apparently for the sole objective of paying Clifford $130,000 in exchange for her silence about a sexual affair with Trump. Our offer seeks to allow this to happen'.
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The offer comes less than a week after Daniels sued Trump in Los Angeles, arguing the pre-election "hush agreement" was null and void because the president didn't sign it under the pseudonym David Dennison. In 2006, it's said that Trump had an affair with Daniels.
Ms Clifford's interview with 60 Minutes, a well-respected news programme, could be shown as soon as this Sunday. And, among other things, he's saying that Trump offered to give Daniels a place to live.
"I believe Mr. Avenatti's actions and behavior has been both reckless and imprudent as it opens Ms. Clifford to substantial monetary liability, which I intend to pursue", Cohen told The Washington Post last week.
Clifford's letter says the offer will remain open until noon Tuesday.
Daniels's lawyer recently posted pictures of her along with 60 Minutes host Anderson Cooper to social media, but an air date for the segment has not been given, and the president's lawyers are seeking to block the screening, according to a Buzzfeed report.
"I certainly hope they accept it", Avenatti told NBC News.