Stormy Daniels's lawyer: '60 Minutes' left out description of Trump genitalia

The lawyer for film actress Stormy Daniels claimed Wednesday that CBS left a clip of his client describing President TrumpDonald John TrumpOver 100 lawmakers consistently voted against chemical safeguards: study CNN's Anderson Cooper unloads on Trump Jr. for spreading 'idiotic' conspiracy theories about him Cohn: Jamie Dimon would be 'phenomenal' president MORE's genitalia out of her "60 Minutes" interview last month because "they’re a conservative network."
 
Daniels's attorney, Michael Avenatti, made the remarks about his client's alleged 2006 affair with Trump in an appearance on "Megyn Kelly Today."

“So you say there’s more to her story than what we’ve already heard, like what?” Kelly said. 

“When she sat for that interview, it actually lasted over two hours in length, the actual interview," Avenatti said. "And then the portion that the American public saw was only 14 or 16 minutes of actual interview time on ‘60 Minutes.’”

"But had it been newsworthy, ‘60 Minutes’ would have put it on the air," Kelly said. 
 
“Well, ‘60 Minutes’ and CBS, you know, they’re a conservative network," Avenatti replied. "There’s a lot of information that was said during that interview that did not make it into the final ‘60 Minutes.’”

“Conservative, like highbrow, you mean, you don’t mean politically conservative?” Kelly asked. 

“No. I mean that they play it close to the vest," Avenatti said. "For instance, she can describe the president’s genitalia in great detail. That did not make it."

“We don’t need to hear that," Kelly said as she covered her eyes. “My eyes!  Don’t need to hear that." 

"That did not make it in," Avenatti said. 

"And good for them," Kelly responded. 

The description Avenatti is referring to did not air on the broadcast version, but some of what he alluded to in the interview with Kelly was not cut from the online version.

The "60 Minutes" interview delivered more than 22 million viewers for CBS, the highest rating for the program in almost a decade. 

Earlier this week, David Schwartz, the attorney for Trump attorney Michael Cohen, said Avenatti has excelled at keeping his client in the news via a barrage of broadcast interviews on a daily basis. Schwartz added that the alleged affair itself is entirely "nonsensical." 

"I give [Avenatti] credit for one thing ... he's made the best out of this story. This guy is a PR machine. And he's only in it for himself," Schwartz told radio host John Catsimatidis on AM 970 in New York.