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7 Apr 2018

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What does the following sentence mean?
How could it be "allusions to impeachment"?
Because of Monica Lewinsky, Bill Clinton was impeached.
But I still don't understand it.

"To address the rumor: We DO NOT have a 'Monica Lewinsky type' dress," he announced on Twitter



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Michael Avenatti, the newly famous lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels, has more than a few things in common with President Trump.

He's brash. He's media savvy. He enjoys the high life. He revels in antagonizing opponents.

In short, Trump may have met his match in this Newport Beach, Calif., lawyer whose client, now America's best-known stripper, is suing the president to break free of a deal that bars her from discussing what she says was a one-night stand with Trump in 2006.

With a swagger worthy of the young Trump who barged his way into New York's tabloids decades ago, Avenatti has spent weeks shuttling among Manhattan TV studios to taunt the president and his fixer Michael Cohen.

His pugnacious edge makes Avenatti a natural on cable news.

with Trump in 2006.

With a swagger worthy of the young Trump who barged his way into New York's tabloids decades ago, Avenatti has spent weeks shuttling among Manhattan TV studios to taunt the president and his fixer Michael Cohen.

His pugnacious edge makes Avenatti a natural on cable news.

"Wait a minute, I'm not done, I'm not done, I'm not done," he snapped at Cohen spokesman David Schwartz on CNN.

His casual allusions to impeachment — "To address the rumor: We DO NOT have a 'Monica Lewinsky type' dress," he announced on Twitter — underscore the lawsuit's high stakes for Trump.

More than anyone, Avenatti has shaped the scandal's narrative and kept it in the news. He has outfoxed the Trump forces over and over, most strikingly by getting Daniels on "60 Minutes."

Avenatti — whose professional history, like Trump's, is messy — had already appeared twice himself on "60 Minutes," both times playing the broadcast's stock part of dogged consumer lawyer nailing big companies for wrongdoing.

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