The battle between Donald Trump and adult film actress Stormy Daniels is something akin to a bad car crash – it’s scary, no one asked for it, and you can’t get your eyes away from it.
The war has reached a new low point after Rudy Giuliani – another one of Trump’s lapdogs – decided to air Trump’s business and essentially confess that Trump was aware of the $130,000 hush money paid to Daniels. In past instances Trump has played dumb, continually changing the story about whether or not he was aware of this payment.
Stormy Daniels vs Donald Trump
Daniels is now capitalizing out of the drama surrounding her and the president – rightfully so. On Stormystore.com, one can buy a number of items to help support Daniels, with a percentage of all proceeds donated to organizations that help with anti-bullying efforts and initiatives.
Some of the merchandise that is available for purchase include #TeamDaniels wristbands and bracelets, t-shirts and tops featuring a drawing of a scantily glad Daniels over a rolled up Forbes magazine, an homage to an incident that occurred between her and Trump, where she spanked Trump with a magazine that had his face on it.
The merchandise and statements show that she has no intentions of backing down from Trump and his lackeys. While Daniels bring the sass, her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, is bringing the firepower that could potentially bring down the Trump administration.
Stormy Daniel’s Lawyer, On The Offense
Avenatti called out Giuliani over his claim that the $130,000 hush money was made out to protect Trump’s family, rather than protect his image during the presidential campaign.
“The payment was made to resolve a personal and false allegation in order to protect the president’s family,” Giuliani said in a statement released Friday. “It would have been done in any event, whether he was a candidate or not.” Really? Let’s test this most recent claim…
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 5, 2018
The dates do not add up. If this payment were made to protect Trump and his family, he would’ve made it in the years after the affair, not mere days before the 2016 election.
It’s 2018, and an empowered adult film actress is exposing the lack of credibility in one of the most influential men in America – iconic.
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