Avenatti has become a regular on MSNBC over the past two months, especially on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell. According to Vanity Fair's sources, he was spotted casually mentioning getting his own show with MSNBC president Phil Griffin after the White House Correspondents' Dinner. But Avenatti says he didn't recall the conversation. “I’ve been approached by a number of networks who have explored the possibility of me possibly having my own show once the case is resolved,” he says, “but I’m not seriously entertaining any of those ideas because right now, I’m focused on the task at hand." ALSO: Stephen Colbert teases new Stormy Daniels evidence with guest Avenatti. UPDATE: Avenatti showed Colbert the $130,000 wire transfer payment to his client.
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