We previously discussed the controversy surrounding President Donald Trump’s alleged relationship with porn film star Stormy Daniels. At issue was not just the alleged affair previously described by Daniels in an interview in 2011m but a payment in 2016 of $130,000 in exchange for a denial of the affair. That payment was later the basis for a lawsuit by Common Cause alleging possible campaign finance violations. The source of the money, the lawsuit alleged, may have been campaign money and the use of such money for this purpose would have violated federal law. Now, the Trump attorney who created a shield company and anonymous identity to pay off Daniels has stated that the money was his, not Trump’s or the campaign’s. That disclosure however raises additional questions — both factual and ethical.