Stormy Daniels Denies Writing Denial Of Gross Affair With Trump (VIDEO)


Shortly before the State of the Union Address, porn star Stormy Daniels’ publicist put out a statement denying the affair she had with Donald Trump — the one that netted her a $130,000 paycheck in exchange for her silence and that was detailed in a 2011 interview with InTouch magazine? Yeah, that one.

“I am denying this affair because it never happened,” the statement attributed to Daniels (real name Stephanie Clifford) said.

This, of course, caused much jubilation in the Stupid Part of America, but later that night in an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel’s show, Daniels denied writing it after Kimmel pointed out discrepancies between her signature on the statement and her signature on previous statements and promotional materials.

Daniels refused to say whether she signed a nondisclosure agreement with President Stable Genius and agreed, “That doesn’t look like my signature.”

“I do not know where it came from,” she admitted when pressed on the source of the statement.

Daniels was much more forthcoming in 2011 when she spoke of having sex with Trump after she met him at a golf tournament.

“I actually don’t even remember why I did it but I do remember while we were having sex, I was like, ‘Please don’t try to pay me,’” Daniels told InTouch at the time. “And then I remember thinking, ‘But I bet if he did, it would be a lot.’”

She even revealed that Trump thought she was “beautiful and smart just like his daughter” Ivanka, in whom he has expressed sexual interest numerous times, and says she can describe Trump’s “anatomy” if her account were ever challenged.

InTouch says the story was corroborated in 2011 “by her good friend Randy Spears and supported by her ex-husband, Mike Moz.”

Daniels told Kimmel Tuesday that she had done the interview, but “not as written.” Asked for inaccuracies, she explained that she hadn’t actually read the interview.

Watch the interview below:

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