Porn Star Was Paid $130,000 to Keep Mum About Se* With Trump: Report

Washington: President Donald Trump’s own legal advisor handled a $130,000 installment to a pornography performing artist to keep her from freely talking about a supposed sexual experience with Trump, as indicated by a give an account of Friday in The Wall Street Journal.

Trump met Stephanie Clifford, whose passes by the name Stormy Daniels in movies, at a golf occasion in 2006 — a year after Trump’s marriage to his better half, Melania.

As indicated by the Journal’s report, Clifford started chatting with ABC News in the fall of 2016 for a story including a supposed association with Trump, yet came to a $130,000 bargain a month prior to the race, which kept her from opening up to the world.

WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 26: U.S. President Donald Trump answers questions from the press while departing the White House on November 26, 2018 in Washington, DC. Trump is scheduled to campaign today in Mississippi for Republican senate candidate Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Trump’s long-term lawyer Michael Cohen orchestrated the installment through Clifford’s legal advisor, Keith Davidson, the Journal announced.

Clifford had additionally been in talks with the online magazine Slate, The New York Times wrote about Friday. Jacob Weisberg, supervisor in-head of the Slate Group, told the Times that Clifford had disclosed to him she engaged in extramarital relations with Trump.

In an announcement to the Journal, Cohen did not address his job in arranging the alleged installment however said Trump denies any such association with Clifford. Clifford has recently denied a supposed association with Trump. Cohen additionally sent the Journal an announcement — marked by “Stormy Daniels” — in which the on-screen character denied accepting “quiet cash” from Trump.

On Friday evening, the White House issued an announcement calling the Journal’s story “old, reused reports, which were distributed and firmly denied before the race.”

Cohen likewise blamed the Journal for sustaining “a bogus account for over a year.”

Only days before the 2016 race, the Journal distributed a story expressing that the National Enquirer — kept running by David Pecker, a fervid supporter of Trump — had paid $150,000 to quiet previous Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal about a sexual relationship she purportedly had with Trump 10 years back.

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