Rumors are that President Trump had an affair with porn star Stormy Daniels in 2006 and no one will ever know for sure if Donald Trump was able to resist being propositioned by the porn star then, but we do know he rejected her most recent proposition.
Every time there is good news to report on the American economic front, or foreign relations, immigration, name the topic that benefits President Donald Trump’s image, some old affair seems to make the news. First, it was a bunch of women who claimed they were harassed when anyone with a brain asked why Trump would mess with them when he had a model at home. Of late, the bimbo du jour is [cough] former PRON STAR] Stormy Daniels who claimed they had an affair shortly after Trump’s son Barron was born.
Let’s think about this: a borderline germophobe had an affair with a woman who had sex with all sorts of men. Venerial diseases aren’t germs to be afraid of? Sure.
This particular little tale has been juiced up a bit with a claim that Trump’s personal lawyer paid Daniels (not her real name) $130,000 of his own money to keep her from talking about her affair in public. And, now that The New York Times and 60 Minutes are helping Stormy shovel her story toward the American people, she claims she’s willing to give the money back just so she can have her say.
The pornographic film actress who says she had an affair with President Trump offered on Monday to return $130,000 she received from Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer in 2016 for agreeing not to discuss the alleged relationship.
In exchange, the actress, Stephanie Clifford, seeks an end to her deal to keep quiet about what she says was an affair with Mr. Trump…
In the letter, which was sent to Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, early Monday, Ms. Clifford’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti, wrote that Ms. Clifford would wire the money into an account of Mr. Trump’s choosing by Friday.
Mr. Avenatti set a deadline of noon Tuesday for Mr. Cohen to answer the offer from Ms. Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels.Under the terms of the deal detailed in the letter, a copy of which was obtained by The New York Times, the contract ensuring Ms. Clifford’s silence would be “deemed null and void’’ once she returned the sum called for in her original contract.
“Actress?” That’s quite an elevation from porn star, there NYT.The problem here is that even if there was an affair, it really isn’t the public’s business and does not reflect on the job Trump is doing. Plus, there have been so many claims that Trump had interest in women other than his wives, the cry wolf factor is in effect. None of them have been proven true?What makes the anti-Trump crowd believe this one will be?