Stormy Daniels torches Donald Trump after ex president launched tirade on Truth Social
Porn star Stormy Daniels hits back at Donald Trump after he went on a tirade on Truth Social over alleged hush money payments.
Daniels claims to have slept with Trump in 2006, but the ex-president denied the allegations on his Truth Social app on Monday and derided Daniels as ‘Horseface’.
A grand jury is set to hear testimony this week about the former president’s role in the payment made to keep Daniels quiet during his 2016 campaign, the New York Times reported.
The porn star responded to Trump’s tirade on Twitter, claiming: ‘He opens his mouth more than I do my legs.’
‘Thanks for just admitting that I was telling the truth about EVERYTHING,’ Daniels wrote. Guess I’ll take my “horse face” back to bed now, Mr. former “president”.’
Stormy Daniels hit back at Donald Trump over alleged hush money payments. She claimed the former president paid her $130,000 to keep quiet about an affair in 2006
Trump denied the allegations on his Truth Social app on Monday and derided Daniels as ‘Horseface’. Meanwhile, Daniels responded to Trump on Twitter
Daniels claims she slept with Trump while he was married to former First Lady Melania Trump, who had given birth to their son Barron less than six months before their brief fling.
She said the president paid her $130,000 to keep quiet.
Trump lambasted Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg as a ‘radical’ prosecutor.
He also accused Bragg of spending more time investigating him than going after crime in New York City, and claims the Democrat leaked the grand jury report to the press himself.
‘With murders and violent crime surging like never before in New York City, the Radical Left Manhattan D.A., Alvin Bragg, just leaked to the Fake News Media that they are still going after the Stormy ”Horseface” Daniels,’ Trump wrote on Monday afternoon.
‘Working closely with the Weaponized Justice Department, this is a continuation of the Greatest Witch Hunt of all time. They long ago missed the Statute of Limitations, & I recently won big money against “Stormy” in the 9th Circuit – NEVER HAD AN AFFAIR. This is old news!’
His ‘big money’ line is likely in reference to a judge recently ordering Daniels to pay nearly $300,000 in Trump’s legal feels after her lawsuit against him failed. She had sued him for defamation over his denials of their alleged fling.
Daniels added on Tuesday: ‘I like sex. He likes to lie. Seems like a perfect analogy to me.’
The case could lead to criminal charges.
Trump lambasted Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg as a ‘radical’ prosecutor. He continues to deny Daniels’ allegations
Trump lashed out following reports that a grand jury has started hearing from witnesses over alleged ‘hush money’ payments
Daniels further added that Trump ‘opens his mouth more than I do my legs’
Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen previously admitted to paying Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, to keep her silent about the alleged affair.
Cohen pleaded guilty to violating campaign finance law in 2018 and was sentenced to three years in prison for arranging the payment and a non-disclosure agreement.
He told a judge at the time that they were made ‘in co-ordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office’.
Now, with Trump several years out of office and running another campaign, witnesses are set to begin speaking before the New York City grand jury as prosecutors make their case for why the former president should be charged.
Daniels described Trump’s anatomy and the circumstances of their tryst in graphic detail in her own memoir
On Monday, among the witnesses seen arriving at the Manhattan judicial proceedings was reportedly David Pecker, former publisher of the National Enquirer.
He previously admitted to prosecutors that he worked ‘in concert’ with the Trump 2016 campaign to arrange hush money payments for Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal.
A statement from the Manhattan DA’s office at the time said he helped facilitate the payments so the women would ‘not publicize damaging allegations’ about Trump.
Other expected witnesses include former National Enquirer editor Dylan Howard and two Trump Organization employees, according to The Times.
It was revealed late last week that federal prosecutors had discussed charging Trump with campaign finance violations over the payments to Daniels and McDougal after he’d left office.
While Justice Department guidance cautioned against charging a sitting president, there were conversations on whether to use the evidence compiled from prosecuting Cohen in 2018 to go after Trump when his term was over, according to the book Untouchable by CNN analyst Elie Honig.
But that was apparently derailed by the chaos of that month, including the riot at the US Capitol on January 6 and Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
Honig wrote that such national crises made alleged campaign financial fouls ‘seem somehow trivial and outdated by comparison’.
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