The Washington Post reports Anderson Cooper's highly anticipated sitdown with President Trump's alleged former mistress is scheduled to air 10 days from today. Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti, tweeted a picture of him, Cooper and his client last Friday that "heightened the suspense" of the interview. "But the airing date remained vague," as The Post reports, "leading to speculation that CBS was embroiled in a legal battle before it could move forward with the salacious segment." Over the past week, Avenatti has helped fuel the speculation that Trump's lawyers have tried to prevent the interview from airing. CBS News president David Rhodes said earlier this week, however, that he hadn't seen any injunction, adding that the reason it didn't have an airdate was because "there’s still a lot of journalistic work to do."