Isn’t it only fitting that a man who ascended to the highest office in the land predicated on a persona of being a “tell it like it is” reality star and playboy has finally met his match in Stormy Daniels?
The adult film actress has turned to the courts to invalidate a hush agreement — which we know Donald Trump avails himself of following every divorce — which was signed 10 days before the 2016 presidential election, that effectively prevented her from disclosing details, documents, or other evidence pertaining to the alleged affair between herself and the president over a decade ago.
Michael Cohen, President Trump’s attorney admitted to “facilitating” a payment of $130,000 to Daniels just a few days before Donald Trump was elected president. But Cohen insisted it was a payment he made personally, which was neither requested nor reimbursed by Trump.
But Daniels and her legal team argued that she is not subject to the hush agreement as the alias used to represent Trump (“David Dennison”) never actually signed it. That is just so amateurish. And one really must suspend disbelief that if the hush agreement and “settlement” were entirely Cohen’s idea, he would have made such a grave error.
The shame campaign is falling flat with Stormy Daniels. Not unlike the president himself, the adult film star seems impervious to a shame assault. She could be credited for keeping a cool head and relishing in the hate rather than going on petulant twitter rampages. It could be argued that Daniels’s temperament is much more suited for the office of the presidency than that of Donald Trump.