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Star Stormy Daniels in talk about her ‘Sex Life’ with US President Trump

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In July 2006, 10 years before he sent shockwaves through the world by winning the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump was a famous real estate mogul with a hit reality TV series, a new wife and a 4-month-old baby boy. He was also allegedly having an affair with a porn star.
Star Stormy Daniels recently has been too vocal about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump, back in 2006. Stormy reportedly claims that he personally is breaking the laws and bullying her to cover it up. Moreover, She allegedly was paid $130K in hush money by Trump’s personal attorney and signed a non-disclosure agreement three days before the 2016 presidential election. However, the sassy lady has chosen to joke about her sex life with Trump on social media.
Stormy, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, recently responded to a Twitter user who wrote: “Why don’t you just disappear? No one cares you were a slut and slept with POTUS 12 yrs ago.” Her reply read: “Technically I didn’t sleep with the POTUS 12 years ago. There was no sleeping (hehe) and he was just a goofy reality TV star. But I digress…People DO care that he lied about it, had me bullied, broke laws to cover it up, etc. And PS…I am NOT going anywhere. xoxoxo.” Well, that says a lot about how carefree Stormy is, considering the powerful position of Trump.
In addition, when someone tweeted at Stormy to “have some self-respect woman and go away,” she responded with a statement: “Do you seriously think I give a flying f**k if people ‘like’ me? I’d have become a kindergarten teacher if that was my goal in life. And for someone who doesn’t want to ‘see’ me, you took the time to come to my twitter and type a message to me? OK.”
– (Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti spoke out on the issue)
Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who has intermittently claimed to have had an affair with Donald Trump, definitely had sex with the president, her lawyer has said.
Attorney Michael Avenatti spoke out to media shortly after filing a bombshell lawsuit on behalf of Ms Daniels. The suit claims Mr Trump’s attorney paid the actress $130,000 in “hush money” in exchange for her signature on a nondisclosure agreement about her intimate relationship with the president.
Asked point-blank if the “intimate relationship” between Mr Trump and Ms Daniels was sexual, Mr Avenatti replied: “Yes.”
He also indicated that there was more information about the affair to come, telling interviewer Savannah Guthrie that there are “many other facts and evidence that we have, and we think that’s going to come to light”.
Mr Trump has repeatedly denied the affair. The White House did not respond to a request for comment on the suit.
Ms Daniels, meanwhile, has issued varying statements about the alleged affair, which she says began at celebrity golf tournament in 2006 and lasted well into the next year. The actress first made her allegations in a 2011 interview with media, where she laid out her claims in specific detail.
But the interview wasn’t published until this year, when the media reported that Mr Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, had paid her $130,000 in the months before the election. Mr Cohen later confirmed having made the payment, but said it came from his personal funds without the direction of Mr Trump.
Since then, Ms Daniels has issued her own statement, claiming the affair “never happened” and that she was not paid for her silence. That same day, however, she appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and suggested the signature on the statement was not hers.
Her attorney now claims Mr Cohen made her sign and issue the statement though “force and intimidation”.
“Once she tells the truth about what happened, people will understand why she signed it,” Mr Avenatti said.
Mr Cohen did not respond to a request for comment.
Mr Avenatti also said Ms Daniels was aware that she may have to return the $130,000 if a judge finds her nondisclosure agreement non-binding. He did not say whether she would attempt to sell her story to news outlets in the aftermath.
The actress’s motivation, Mr Avenatti said, was simply to tell the public the truth.
“At this point, in light of the amount of misinformation that Mr. Cohen has put out there to the different media and others, I think it’s time for her to tell her story and for the public to decide who’s telling the truth,” he said.

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