Probe into Trump's Hush Money Has a Surprising Appearance from Stormy Daniels

Authorities in Manhattan who are looking into hush money payments made on behalf of President Trump have now spoken to Stormy Daniels, the subject of the investigation.

Her attorney, Clark Brewster, tweeted on Wednesday that the district attorney's office has requested that he and Daniels meet with investigators.

Currently, Alvin Bragg's office prosecutors are looking into how much Trump was involved in Daniels' $130,000 payment.

The transaction was arranged in the last weeks of the 2016 presidential campaign by Michael Cohen, Trump's former attorney.

Trump paid Cohen back after publicly denying the affair ever occurred.

Cohen told the reporters on Wednesday that he was "relieved" that his involvement in this case appeared to be done following his final appearance before the panel.