But in new docs Davidson says Stormy and her team contacted him "seemingly hundreds of times" in late 2016 to smooth things out with Cohen.
A new lawsuit from the porn star alleges the Fox News Channel host was in on a plan earlier this year by Trump's once close lawyer Cohen to have her untruthfully deny having had a fling with the then Apprentice host.
Giuliani said during a news conference in Israel this week that while he respected "all human beings", he holds a lower level of respect for Daniels, because of her profession.
The new lawsuit denies allegations laid out in Daniels' lawsuit filed Wednesday that claimed Davidson worked with Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen and acted as a "puppet" for Cohen and the president and "colluded" against Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford. A clear confidante of Trump's, a protesting Hannity was revealed in April to also be a client of Cohen's after investigators for Robert Mueller swooped in.
Giuliani said the first lady doesn't believe Daniels' claim.
Her lawsuit cites a series of January 2018 text exchanges between Cohen and Davidson in which they work to arrange a TV appearance for Daniels after the Wall Street Journal revealed the once-secret hush agreement.
After about 2 hours, Cohen texted Davidson to inform him a group of "wise men" - which the suit alleges included Trump - decided not to have Daniels appear on the program. "His client Mr. Trump didn't seem to have any "moral" issues with her and others back in 2006 and beyond", Avenatti tweeted.
It's the third lawsuit that Michael Avenatti, Daniels' current attorney, has filed regarding Trump and the non-disclosure agreement, according to the article.
People in the adult film industry also took Giuliani to task Thursday for his comments about Daniels, saying they demean women in general and were aimed exclusively at discrediting Daniels because of how she makes a living and not based on the facts of the case.
Davidson appears to agree, writing: "100%". "We look forward to defeating the lawsuit in court".
CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins noted in response to the spokeswoman's comment: "He's not exactly popular in the White House".