Stormy Daniels says it ‘feels pretty f**king awesome’ to take on Trump and his ‘minions’ as potential indictment is put on hold until next week
- Porn star Stormy Daniels said Friday that it ‘feels pretty f**king awesome’ to take on former President Donald Trump and his ‘minions’
- Trump’s potential indictment in a Manhattan hush-money case has been put on hold until at least next week
- Daniels took to Twitter Friday to punch back at critics and point out that some of the ‘breaking news’ circulating on social media is actually ‘old news’
Porn star Stormy Daniels said Friday that it ‘feels pretty f**king awesome’ to take on former President Donald Trump and his ‘minions’ as the potential indictment of the former president has been put on hold until next week.
Manhattan’s District Attorney Alvin Bragg is leading a state investigation into the $130,000 hush-money payment made to the adult actress ahead of the 2016 election to keep her quiet about an alleged 2006 tryst with the married Trump.
On Friday, Daniels took to Twitter to punch back at critics and point out that some of the ‘breaking news’ about the case that has been circulating on the social media site thanks to Trump allies is ‘old news.’
One Twitter user, who later deleted their tweet, shamed Daniels by suggesting she must feel bad about gaining notoriety for sleeping with a married man as a ‘porn star.’
‘And then I stood up to that lying married man when he and his minions tried to bully and silence me … feels pretty f**king awesome to be honest,’ she tweeted back.
Porn star Stormy Daniels (left) said Friday that it ‘feels pretty f**king awesome’ to take on former President Donald Trump (right) and his ‘minions’ as the potential indictment of the former president has been put on hold until next week
One Twitter user, who later deleted their tweet, shamed Daniels by suggesting she must feel bad about gaining notoriety for sleeping with a married man as a ‘porn star’
A Twitter user had also flagged to Daniels a statement she signed on January 30, 2018, in which she denied the affair with Trump.
On January 12, The Wall Street Journal was first to report that Trump’s lawyer-turned-critic Michael Cohen, who already served a jail time in the federal version of the hush-money case, had paid $130,000 to Daniels ahead of the election.
Less than two weeks later the Daniels statement came out denying the affair.
She later said she was pressured to put out the statement, which was a lie – as she claims to this day the liaison occurred.
In a tweet Friday she screenshot a page of her October 2018 book Full Disclosure as proof that she had previously addressed the statement and it wasn’t a fresh admission that the affair never happened, as some right-wing figures on Twitter had tried to characterize it.
‘This is not “breaking news”…here it is in my book from 2018 and it was discussed multiple times on TV,’ she wrote.
On Friday, Daniels was tweeting about a 2018 statement that allies of Trump put out this week as ‘breaking news.’ The adult actress noted that she had previously rescinded the statement, which was documented in her 2018 book and in interviews
Daniels highlighted a page in her 2018 book, Full Disclosure, where she had explained the backstory of the January 2018 statement denying the affair. Internet allies of Trump pushed this week that the statement was new evidence that Daniels was lying
‘That letter I was bullied to sign is what actually made me decide to finally come forward after years of threats,’ she explained.
Addressing the statement a second time, she said: ‘This is the statement Cohen wrote.’
‘It is old news from early 2018 before I came forward. think it’s HYSTERICAL that tiny is trying to spin this as some kind of new information,’ she continued.
‘Tiny’ was the nickname Daniels gave Trump to mock the size of his manhood. In turn, Trump has called her ‘horseface.’
‘There’s a clip of this from the Jimmy Kimmel show & I discuss it in my book “Full Disclosure,”‘ she noted.
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