Tucker Carlson revealed Wednesday that he got a list of demands from Stormy Daniels' attorney after repeatedly inviting him on the show. 

Michael Avenatti told Carlson's team he would come on the show under three conditions:

1.  Carlson stops calling him the "Creepy Porn Lawyer."

2.  Carlson offers a public apology for using the nickname.

3.  Avenatti appears with President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani.


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"We of course refused these conditions. We don't stand for conditions. The creepy porn lawyer is welcome to come on a show with a real audience whenever he likes, with the same conditions he gives other shows," Carlson said.

Carlson said his team offered Avenatti the opportunity to appear alone, as he has on numerous other news programs, or in a debate with law professor Alan Dershowitz.

Carlson said the attorney replied by calling him an "unethical journalist and a hack."

"Our feelings are not hurt [and] the offer remains open," Carlson said, cracking up Sean Hannity with the ending to his show. 

In a recent ABC News interview, Dershowitz demanded Avenatti explain how he could have access to the alleged tapes, which would have been part of evidence seized by law enforcement during a raid on Cohen's properties.

Dershowitz urged Carlson to have Avenatti on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" and host a debate between the two attorneys.


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