Stormy Daniels to tell her story of Trump 'affair' on CBS

Stormy Daniels to tell her story of Trump 'affair' on CBS

Stormy Daniels to tell her story of Trump 'affair' on CBS

"The comments come ahead of a highly anticipated "60 Minutes" interview with Daniels that is scheduled to air Sunday night".

Mr Trump, who married Melania Trump in 2005, "vehemently denies" having had an affair with the actress.

"Being in the adult industry, I've developed a thick skin and maybe a little bit of a dark sense of humour", she told The Washington Post on Saturday (March 24).

Michael Avenatti, who represents Stormy Daniels in her bid to sue Mr Trump over a nondisclosure agreement, accompanied the photo with the message: "If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is this worth???"

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, told the Washington Post on the eve of her interview that this media circus has detracted from her daily life as a mother, wife and adult-film director.


They say she broke a non-disclosure deal signed before the 2016 presidential elections, which she claims is invalid. The government watchdog group Common Cause argues that the payment was meant to influence the 2016 election by silencing Ms Daniels and therefore was an illegal in-kind contribution to Mr Trump's campaign.

Michael Cohen: The president's longtime attorney has admitted to making a payment to Daniels in 2016, CNN reported.

Daniels' interview with Anderson Cooper certainly won't put an end to this story, but it will be interesting to hear her side of the story. But, a year into his presidency, there's a very different Twitter user who appears to have commandeered the ship, one whom the president probably hopes we'd soon all forget: Stormy Daniels.

Each violation of the agreement carries a penalty of US$1 million (S$1.3 million).

But she says she hasn't focused too much on the negative publicity because she isn't looking for 'approval from anyone or recognition'. He has said that Daniels will speak about the threats in detail on "60 Minutes".

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