MIAMI- If you thought you knew too much about President Bill Clinton’s sex life, get ready to expand your knowledge, more than you already have. President Trump’s sex life has been a topic of discussion since he was campaigning to be elected President, and it hasn’t stopped now that he is in the oval office. From his dating tips to Billy Bush, “grab em by the pussy” to leaking nude photos of his wife so the world could see “she’s a knockout”, we thought we heard it all.
When the infamous Russian dossier was revealed and Mr. Trump’s love of pissing on hookers was exposed, Trump denied the allegations and claimed that he was the target of fake news. So the response from the White House was eagerly anticipated after more Trump sexcursions made headlines last week.
Wall Street Journal reported that Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid porn star, Stormy Daniels, $130,000 to keep her mouth shut regarding an affair she had with Donald in 2006. That seems like a lot of money to keep quiet. Especially since Trump was not president at the time and it seems that he could shoot someone on 5th Avenue and not lose any supporters.
The White House initially denied the claims and used the good old fashioned, fake news defense. They didn’t shy away from that defense even when InTouch published excepts on Wednesday from a 2011 interview with Ms. Daniels. She told InTouch that she met Mr. Trump in 2006 in Nevada and described their sex as “textbook generic”. “I actually don’t even know why I did it, but I do remember while we were having sex, I was like, Please, don’t try to pay me.” she added. That interview occurred prior to the 6 figure pay out and nondisclosure agreement. When HashtagFakeNews contacted Ms. Daniels for a comment, she declined, and has told other news sources that the report is false and the affair never happened.
Earlier today porn star and producer, Brock Bigly, released a photo of a mark up for an adult video that his company, Tickle Me Tasteless, had produced and planned to release. He explained that Stormy Daniels and Trump recorded their sexual encounter and she kept the home movie at her Miami condo. Mr. Bigly went on to state that after receiving the video from a colleague, the company intended on distributing the film, Trump Cum Dump, the day after the 2016 election. Brock told reporters, “If he won, then the video would’ve told America, look at what you elected, and if he lost it would say, look at the bullet you dodged”. He went on to describe the video as “the longest 18 minutes of my life” and described the sex scenes as “obscene, and that’s coming from a guy who has produced and starred in over 600 XXX films”.
Mr. Bigly stated that after weighing the pros and cons and crunching the numbers, he decided that it was in his company’s best financial interest to not go through with the distribution of the film due to the attorney fees and settlements that would most definitely come following the release. A deal was made for Ms. Daniels to purchase the video for $100,000 and the sale went through in late October 2016. Brock added that had he known Stormy would be able to get $130,000 from Trump, he would have demanded more money.
Multiple requests were made for a comment from Ms. Daniels, but we have received no response. On Friday when again questioned about the affair and the sex tape, President Trump told reporters on the White House lawn that “It’s a lie. It’s fake news. The affair never ever happened. But I will say this, if a sex tape does exist I want royalties because the failing porn industry would sell more copies of my porno than anyone in history, it’s true, believe me”.