So Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen violated the nondisclosure agreement, which suggests to porn star and former Trump mistress, Stormy Daniels, that she’s free to talk about the 2006 affair.

In the meantime, a report out today says that the bank Cohen transferred $130,000 from to pay for Daniels’ silence had a problem with the transacting and flagged it as suspicious, then sent a report to the Treasury Department.

First Republic Bank flagged the transaction after Michael Cohen wired money to Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, as part of a reported nondisclosure agreement regarding her alleged affair with Trump years earlier.

Cohen last month acknowledged that he made the payment, and denied it violated any campaign finance laws.

Cohen was allegedly working to secure a deal with Clifford’s representatives in October 2016, but was unable to make contact with Trump about the payment. As a result, he used his own funds to wire money to Clifford’s lawyer.

Secure a deal about what?

OH… that affair that they said didn’t happen.

City National Bank, on the receiving end, also launched an investigation internally a month later.

The hilarious part about all of this is that Cohen thought Donald Trump would reimburse him, but it took several phone calls to get anywhere with that.

Donald Trump stiffed his lawyer on a payoff to a porn star.

Classic Trump.