The porn star who was allegedly paid $130,000 before the 2016 US election to keep her affair with Donald Trump quiet, said that Trump told her she was ‘just like his daughter’ in an interview that has now been revealed.
38-year-old Stormy Daniels – real name Stephanie Clifford – made the revelations to In Touch magazine in 2011, only for the interview not to be published until the Wall Street Journal reported the rumour. Trump’s lawyer has released a letter – signed by Stormy – denying the affair.
In the interview, on newsstands now, Stormy outlined the details of the affair, which reportedly started in Trump’s Lake Tahoe hotel suit in 2006 – just months after Trump’s son Barron was born. The truth of the affair was supported by a polygraph test at the time of the interview.
Stormy said that the interaction between her and the US President wound up turning into ‘textbook generic’ sex.
According to Stormy, the pair met at the American Century celebrity golf tournament in July 2006 while Stormy was in the gift lounge sponsored by her porn company, Wicked Pictures.
Trump later dropped by to ask Stormy for her number before asking her out to dinner. However, Stormy later arrived at Trump’s suite to see him lying on the coach watching TV in his PJs.
She apparently made fun of him for not being dressed for dinner: “I was like, ‘Ha, does Mr Hefner know that you stole his outfit?’” to which Trump “got all huffy and tried to play it off,” Stormy said.
The pair ended up having dinner in the room, with Stormy going to the bathroom at one point to come back to find Trump sitting on the bed. When he said “come here,” she says she thought, “ugh, here we go” and they started kissing before having unprotected sex.
Stormy said the sex was forgettable, saying it was “nothing crazy. It was one position, what you would expect someone his age to do.”
According to Stormy, after the affair Trump proceeded to call her and meet with her on a regular basis – even telling her “I was someone to be reckoned with, beautiful and smart just like his daughter.”
He also allegedly promised her a role on his TV show The Apprentice before the pair stopped speaking regularly in 2009 or 2010.
Stormy’s ex-husband Mike Moz supported her account of the affair, telling In Touch in 2011 that the pair had spoken frequently.
Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, who allegedly arranged the ‘hush’ payment, has denied the affair, stating: “President Trump once again vehemently denies any such occurrence, as has Ms Daniels.”
Last week Cohen released a letter – signed by Stormy – denying that any sexual relationship had taken place.