Stormy Daniels Pressed on Whether Trump Affair Allegations Are a 'Publicity Stunt'
- Author: Rogelio Becker Apr 18, 2018,
Apr 18, 2018, 4:57
On Monday, the adult film actress and director, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, attended a court hearing for Michael Cohen, the lawyer who is accused of paying off Daniels to keep quiet about her alleged affair with President Trump.
After being accused of having affairs with multiple women, including porn star Stormy Daniels, President Donald Trump has nothing but love for his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, ahead of her 48th birthday on April 26.
Then Daniels revealed the sketch of the man she claims threatened her as she arrived at a "mommy and me" fitness class in 2011.
Avenatti said he is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the man's identification.
When asked why she chose to go public even though she is now being sued by Donald Trump, Daniels replied, "I'm exhausted of being threatened.I'm sorry, I'm done being bullied".
Things on The View seemed pretty standard right through the release of the sketch on the show, with Daniels confirming that was "absolutely" the man that accosted her.
Stormy says she met Trump at a 2006 Lake Tahoe golf tournament, and that sex with him was 'textbook generic'. Cohen has acknowledged arranging a $130,000 payment to Daniels in return for her silence.
Daniels said the 2011 threat in Las Vegas rattled her, but she did not file a police report at the time. "I think it's cheesy and a play on someone else's idea", she said of the name of the tour. "When I saw him when I was parking I was like 'Oh, that's somebody's husband, he's sort of cute'". "I didn't want my life turned upside down".
In her CBS interview Ms Daniels made some weird claims about her time with Trump, including that she swatted him with a magazine and that he made her watch a shark documentary. He can be seen with Daniels here in an image from her Instagram.
As expected, Cohen denied any wrongdoing, with Trump and the White House keeping their remarks to a minimum. "It'd be a shame if something happened to her mom, '" she added. The reliably liberal network had to make extensive edits to the marathon interview and ultimately decided that Comey's personal thoughts on Trump's appearance were more relevant than any shots he took at Obama.