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Prez And Porn Star: Can Trump Weather Stormy Daniels Affair?

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The Wall Street Journal reports that according to people familiar with the matter, asshole attorney Michael Cohen arranged $130,000 in hush money to be paid to Stephanie Clifford, a porn performer with the stage name of Stormy Daniels, regarding a consensual sexual relationship with the disgusting Bigot-in-Chief. This occurred about a month before the 2016 election that pitted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton against the reality-TV snake oil salesperson.

Cohen has been the shady real estate mogul’s personal lawyer since well before his Russian-colluded electoral college win in 2016, one of many “fixers” orchestrating the consistent stream of nefarious deals stemming from Trump Tower.

The alleged deal for Ms. Clifford coincided with the release of the now viral hot-mike Access Hollywood video recording (first published in October 2016 in the Washington Post) of Trump bragging to Billy Bush about grabbing women “by the pussy” without consent.

At the time of the deal negotiations, Ms. Clifford, then 38, was about to go public with details on her affair with Candidate Derp on Good Morning America. Apparently the two met in Lake Tahoe in June 2006 when she was 27, at a celebrity golf tournament, after which a consensual sexual encounter took place. Derp was one year into his marriage with then-pregnant Melania.

The payment arrangement was facilitated on Ms. Clifford’s end through her lawyer Keith Davidson’s client-trust account at City National Bank in Los Angeles, though Davidson now invokes attorney-client privilege when contacted for comment. City National Bank representatives also declined comment.

It is probable Ms. Clifford is just the tip of a sordid iceberg in Dork’s past involvements. During the period that the agreement with Ms. Clifford was signed, American Media chief executive David J. Pecker (ha!) quietly purchased a Cheeto affair tell-all from Playboy model Karen McDougal that included “‘life rights’ to any relationship she may have had to a married man,” and never published the story. Of course, Pecker is a close friend of Trump.

Ms. Clifford’s lawyer Keith Davidson also represented Ms. McDougal.

New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg on Friday tweeted a photograph of a page out of Fire and Fury, the explosive book by Michael Wolff, focusing on a passage referring to Marc Kasowitz, another one of Trump’s fix-it lawyers:

“Kasowitz has gotten him out of all kinds of jams. Kasowitz on the campaign—what did we have, a hundred women? Kasowitz took care of all of them.”

Drumpf’s present-day “personal” lawyer Cohen released the following statement, specifically addressing WSJ about the reignited reports about Ms. Clifford.

“President Trump once again vehemently denies any such occurrence as has Ms. Daniels. This is now the second time that you are raising outlandish allegations against my client. You have attempted to perpetuate this false narrative for over a year; a narrative that has been consistently denied by all parties since at least 2011.”

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