Dan Abrams: Giuliani’s ‘Insulting’ Attack on Stormy Daniels ‘Doesn’t Make A Lot of Sense’
Mediaite founder and ABC chief legal analyst Dan Abrams weighed in on Rudy Giuliani‘s recent attacks of Stormy Daniels on CNN Wednesday night.
While defending his client President Trump over the alleged affair, Giuliani also went after the porn star for her looks and career:
“I know Donald Trump and — what good is three wives — beautiful women, classy women, women of great substance. Stormy Daniels?”
“I respect women — beautiful women and women with value — but a woman who sells her body for sexual exploitation I don’t respect,” Giuliani said. “Tell me what damage [Daniels] suffered. Someone who sells his or her body for money has no good name.”
Abrams rejected Giuliani’s remarks on CNN as not only insulting, but also incomprehensible.
“There’s a separate of legal versus moral, right? Legal becomes a question of damages. What are the damages she might be able to get or not get based on representation, et cetera. We can talk about damages at some point about what they could be,” Abrams told Don Lemon. “But the notion that, ‘Oh, look at his other three wives, and look at her. And therefore, of course that means that this couldn’t have happened.'”
“I mean, even the most fervent of Trump supporters at the very least think, ‘Yeah, I think that’s possible.’ And most people in the country, based on every poll that I’ve seen believed that he had an affair with her,” Abrams continued. “So this notion that it’s absurd based on the way she looks and what she does is incredibly insulting, obviously, but also doesn’t make a lot of sense.”
Abrams later argued in the segment that Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti have no case against her former attorney Keith Davidson, who they are accusing of being a “puppet” for Trump.
Watch the clip above, via CNN.
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