CBS sets an air date for its explosive Stormy Daniels interview about her illicit affair with Trump. And that's very bad news for him.

With CBS reportedly setting an air date of March 25 for its potentially explosive interview with porn actor Stormy Daniels, Trump’s unfolding hush-money payment scandal threatens to get much worse in coming days.

This comes as Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, claims, “We’ve been approached by six separate women with similar stories to my client.”

On Friday morning, Avenatti also revealed that Daniels was physically threatened back in 2016 when the Trump campaign, on the eve of the election, was trying to keep her silent about the affair she had with Trump back in 2006 and 2007. Trump was married at the time and his wife had recently given birth.

Daniels reportedly received a $130,000 hush money settlement just weeks before the 2016 election, banning her from discussion her relationship with Trump. Avenatti has previously claimed they already have evidence to prove that Trump knew about a hush money.

Daniels is now willing to give back the $130,000 in exchange for the right to tell her Trump tale without being sued by his attorney. (Daniels reportedly faces a $1 million fine each time she goes public, according to the non-disclosure agreement.)

Neither Trump nor the White House has responded to that high-stakes offer.

The Daniels story had been simmering for months, but exploded last week when Daniels filed a lawsuit claiming that the agreement is invalid because Trump never signed it. His personal attorney, Michael Cohen, did sign the non-disclosure pact.

Cohen has claimed that he alone knew about the agreement and that he arranged it all without Trump’s knowledge, just days before the election.

Complicating that benign cover story is the fact that CNN and The Wall Street Journal reported this week that there appears to be a direct tie between the Trump Organization and the effort to silence Daniels.

Meanwhile, the White House and Trump continue to stonewall the story.

The muted response is unusual for a president who has rarely shied away from a fight. More than a dozen women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct,” Politico notes. “The president has refuted those allegations — often loudly.”

For now, the Daniels interview looms on CBS. The “60 Minutes” broadcast would give Daniels a national platform to tell her story and detail her affair, the hush money payments, and claims of physical threats.

There appears to be little chance that Trump’s attorneys can stop the airing.

“I can’t imagine how Cohen, Trump . . . or anyone else could successfully stop CBS from airing the interview,” Georgetown Law School’s Andrew Jay Schwartzman tells the Washington Post.

The question is, will Trump’s lawyer pounce and demand Daniels pay a big fine for speaking out? That would only guarantee more scandal headlines for weeks to come.