Stormy Daniels Went Public About Her Alleged ‘Affair With Trump’

Adult film star Stormy Daniel came forward and spoke out about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump, she claimed that she had an affair with Trump during his 2016 run to the White House as his attorney “was late in paying her $130,000 in hush money.”

Daniel and Trump’s alleged affair is making headlines and it has become a talk of the town when an October 17, 2016, email surfaced showing that the adult star was considering divulging her alleged affair with now-President.

Stormy Daniels Went Public About Her Alleged 'Affair With Trump'

According to the Washington Post, Daniels’s lawyer, Keith Davidson wrote in an email statement to Mr. Predient’s legal team, “Please be advised that my client deems her settlement agreement canceled and void.”

In addition, Daniels kept her account under wraps until after Trump was elected for his 2016 run to the White House, the payment was received 10 days later.

She went public with her account of having an alleged affair with then-presidential candidate Trump back in October 2016, she demanded payment for her not to disclose her relationship with him.

As per Daniels claims, their affair allegedly took place in 2006, just a few months before the birth of Trump’s son named Barron. The day that the porn star threatened to the deal she did with Trump, protesters surrounded his tower in order to protest crude comments Trump made on women with Billy Bush on an Access Hollywood tape years earlier.

While speaking out about sexual misconduct allegations made against himMr. President told supporters back in October 2016, “The media is trying to rig the election by giving credence — and this is so true — by giving credence to false stories that have no validity and make it the front page.”

Daniels’ lawyer argued that President’s attorney Michael Cohen’s confession that he paid out $130,000 personally in order to keep the porn star silent about the alleged affair with Trump breaks the 2016 agreement the adult actress had struck previously.

Cohen previously told the New York Times, “Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly”

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