The tweet marks the first time the president has commented on Daniels, albeit indirectly, on Twitter.
Mr. Trump, who is known for tweeting his mind, has said little about the scandal.
Avenatti took to Twitter shortly after Trump's tweet Wednesday morning, suggesting the president has become "unhinged" over Daniels, who is suing Trump to get out of the nondisclosure agreement.
That she is using this as a business opportunity in addition to everything else doesn't strike me as inherently nefarious.
An attorney for Cohen did not immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday.
The White House has consistently said Trump denies either affair.
On Tuesday, #Stormy Daniels and her lawyer released a sketch of a man she claims threatened her and her daughter back on 2011 if she didn't keep quiet about her alleged affair with Donald Trump. Daniels said she thought he looked like somebody's husband and described him as "sort of handsome". Now, and with the President of the United States doing it, people accept it as a matter of course. The list goes on (and probably on). It'd be a shame if something happened to her mom, ' " Daniels said. "That you share a barber with the LEGO man?" Cohen said he acted on his own in paying Clifford. There are some that are enjoying the schadenfreude of the situation: a strong-willed woman going after Trump and allegedly exposing him for his bullying and infidelity. He never mentioned his association with Cohen during that broadcast. In a previous interview with Anderson Cooper on CBS's "60 Minutes", Daniels said she was in a Las Vegas parking lot preparing to head into a fitness class when a man approached her and her infant daughter.
Colbert also proposed plans to his former Daily Show cohort Jon Stewart, who frequently used to mock Hannity in the days when he anchored the Comedy Central show. Media reports out of Washington have suggested that federal agents are investigating potential crimes such as wire fraud and campaign finance violations.
Although the attorney-client privilege is an important element of the legal system, in criminal investigations it's also one that disproportionately benefits those who can afford to keep attorneys around all the time.
"This is crazy!" Colbert continued.
Based on the fact that this really does not look like Brady, I'd say he's in the clear on this one.