The case of porn“actress” Stormy Daniels (Stephanie Clifford) for her secret love affairs with President Donald Trump hit the headlines once again.
On Monday, news agency Associated Press (AP) commented her message on TV show “Saturday Night Live”.
The text: “A storm’s a coming, baby”, she said so to actor Alec Baldwin, who played “Trump” in that show.
During the exchange between the two, the actor asks her “What can I give you so all this goes away?”, and she replies: “Your resignation.”
As it is known, Stormy Daniels has filed several defamation suits against both the president and his personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
Until now, Trump does not admit the allegations.
According to Spanish news agency EFE, the current lawyer of the head of state and former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, told reporters not to rule out the possibility of other similar payments on confidentiality deals over different intimate encounters of the president.
Last Sunday, ABC chain asked Giuliani “Whether Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney, had made payments to other women”, and he replied: “I have no knowledge of that; I’d think that if it was necessary, yes.”
Giuliani considers that the payment to Daniels in 2016 is a “nuisance” and points out that Cohen is being investigated on criminal charges now.
For his part, Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’ attorney, threw another pretty delicate accusation against the president of having “an extramarital affair slush fund.”
In his statements to ABC, he said it is administered by Michael Cohen and asserted there are other payments of equal concept because of the attention that his team of lawyers has offered to such consultations.
What he said could further jeopardize the president’s controversial authority, but without the slightest doubt, it will not contribute –not even in half an inch– to strengthen it.
Anyway, for the hard-line and insensitive sector that follows Donald Trump, these new disclosures do not keep him awake.
Translated by Jorge Mesa Benjamin / CubaSi Translation Staff