The morning after 60 Minutes aired Stormy Daniels’ claims about an affair with Donald Trump, and being threatened with physical harm in 2011 if she told the story to a tabloid, her attorney said the threat came from Trump’s camp.

Michael Avenatti spoke to ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America about the potential for more legal jeopardy, hinted he had more material compromising to Trump.

“We have a litany of more evidence in this case and it’s going to be disclosed and it’s going to be laid bare for the American public,” Avenatti said.

He also suggested Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, who set up the NDA with Daniels “needs to be less concerned about role-playing Michael Donovan and more concerned about coming clean with the American people.”

After that interview, Cohen’s attorney, David Schwartz took to GMA to tell Stephanopoulos “Michael Cohen will not rest until he recovers every single penny of damages, and it could be $20 million.” Watch that interview here: