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Former Obama advisers Ron Klain and Kip Wainscott have been revealed to be advising the crowdfunding organization raising money for Stormy Daniels, which her lawyer claims is non-partisan - DailyMail
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Stormy Daniels' lawyer once bought a coffee chain for $9 million with a famous Hollywood actor,
and all the shops mysteriously closed earlier this year amid dozens of lawsuits.


http://www.businessinsider.com/stormy-daniels-lawyer-michael-avenatti-tullys-coffee-lawsuits-2018-5
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CBS NEWS:
California Bar investigating Stormy Daniels lawyer:

https://www.cbsnews.com/live/video/20180510213052-the-california-bar-is-investigating-stormy-daniels-lawyer-michael-avenatti/

In a complaint submitted to the California State Bar Association, and cc'd to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Seattle, Bellevue attorney David Nold asserts Avenatti carried out an illegal "pump and dump" scheme through his Washington state-registered Tully's ownership firm, Global Baristas US, LLC.

Nold's complaint contends that while Avenatti ran the company, he fleeced nearly $6 million in federal and state tax withholdings, money meant to be held in trust for payment of quarterly taxes, from the paychecks of Tully's employees.

The complaint also claims Avenatti fraudulently transferred $100,000 from the Tully's operation last year to retain lawyers for his California law firm's unrelated bankruptcy.
"Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" - Ronald Reagan - June 12, 1987