Stormy vs. Trump

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Published April 19, 2018
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Stormy Daniels came out about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump. Photo courtesy of Marco Verch via Flickr

Only in the United States can a porn star bring down the president. Over the past two months, the story of President Donald Trump’s alleged affair with Stormy Daniels has unfolded in front of millions of people. Regardless of the fact that he is married, that his wife was expecting around the same time he met Stormy, and that he is the president of the United States, there is undeniable proof that Trump had the alleged affair.

In March, Daniels was interviewed by CNN’s Anderson Cooper to divulge the details of this alleged affair while the country watched. Sure enough, she did not leave anything out. First, Daniels disclosed that she spanked the president during their encounter.

“So he turned around and pulled his pants down a little — you know had underwear on and stuff and I just gave him a couple swats,” Daniels told Cooper.

Then her details started to get a little more graphic. When asked if Trump used a condom, Daniels replied with, “No, I honestly didn’t say anything.”

A week prior to this interview, pictures surfaced on the internet of her taking a polygraph test, something her and her lawyer Michael Avenatti are threatening to release.

With all of this happening, it is hard to hide my excitement. If Daniels and her lawyer play their cards right, Trump could possibly get impeached. Avenatti has found evidence that Michael Cohen, Trump’s lawyer, took the hush money out of Trump’s presidential campaign funds.

The FBI raided Michael Cohen’s office at Trump Tower on April 11. They seized documents about Stormy, emails and tax information regarding the hush money. Paying Daniels with money from a presidential campaign would be a very illegal thing to do.

Apparently, Avenatti found out that Cohen has been using his Trump email address to set up the payments. He saw that the nondisclosure agreement (NDA) that Daniels signed in 2016 was sent to Cohen at the Trump Organization office in New York.

On April 2, a judge in California put a temporary stop on Daniels’ efforts to depose Trump’s lawyer over the $130,000 payout given to her last year. The judge said his decision was based on Cohen’s “premature” choices, and that Trump and Cohen have not yet filed for arbitration, which they have stated they will do.

All in all, I have to say I am impressed. I am impressed by Daniels’ effort and that she’s making a career out of it, even though she was threatened and is scared to tell the truth.

That is another thing: people do not like her because this is furthering her career. She’s getting asked to do more private shows and to appear in more media outlets. But, who cares? This woman realized she had an opportunity because of Trump’s stupid mistake of not signing the NDA, and she went for it.

Granted, this whole situation really does show Trump in a horrible light. His wife, Melania Trump, just had their baby Barron when he cheated on her with a porn star, and he did not even care enough to use protection. The whole thing is just disturbing. Trump wants to have his cake and eat it too, and I hope this story calls his credibility into question.

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