Stormy Daniels's lawyer is questioning why President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: 'I don't trust everybody in the White House' JPMorgan CEO withdraws from Saudi conference Trump defends family separations at border MORE is not tweeting about his client.

“Isn’t it interesting that we have a president that will tweet about the most mundane matters, but he won’t tweet about my client, the affair, the agreement or the $130,000 payment?" attorney Michael Avenatti asked during an interview Monday on "CBS This Morning."

"You know why he won’t tweet about it? Because it’s true. It's 100 percent true."


His comments come after "60 Minutes" aired its highly anticipated interview with Daniels, an adult film star who claims she had an affair with Trump more than a decade ago.

During the interview, Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, said she decided to speak publicly about the alleged affair because she felt she needed to defend herself and her family from legal and public scrutiny.

She said she felt compelled to set the record straight after a Wall Street Journal article revealed she had been paid $130,000 by Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen, reportedly to keep quiet about the alleged affair.

Daniels filed a lawsuit earlier this month seeking to void the nondisclosure agreement, which her lawyer claims is invalid because it was never signed by Trump himself.

Trump's lawyers argued in subsequent court documents that Daniels repeatedly violated the nondisclosure agreement, and could be forced to pay $20 million in damages.

During the interview that aired Sunday, Daniels refused to say whether she had hard evidence of the alleged affair. Avenatti hinted at evidence last week by tweeting a photo of a mystery disc in a safe.

Trump has remained silent on the allegations, though had denied the affair through his lawyer.

The president early Monday tweeted about the economy, saying it is "looking really good."