Here's the ‘Shark Week’ doc Daniels and Trump likely watched - MRCAESAR.COM


Monday, 26 March 2018

Here's the ‘Shark Week’ doc Daniels and Trump likely watched

He needed a bigger gloat. 
During their final meeting, Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels apparently watched a "Shark Week" documentary about one of the worst maritime attacks in history, which played a pivotal role in 1975's "Jaws."
Daniels claims the then-reality TV star made her watch a two-hour piece about sharks, which terrify him, at his Beverly Hills Hotel bungalow in 2007.
"He made me sit and watch an entire documentary about shark attacks," the adult film star told "60 Minutes" in an interview that aired Sunday night.
TV records and her past statements indicate that the program they watched was "Ocean of Fear: Worst Shark Attack Ever," which profiled the 1945 sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis — and the feeding frenzy that followed.
The piece ran from 9 to 11 p.m. on Sunday, July 29, 2007.
Although the documentary re-ran later during "Shark Week," Daniels has consistently said she visited Trump that July — when she rejected his advances.
The pair likely watched a documentary that featured re-enactments from the U.S.S. Indianapolis sinking.(DISCOVERY UK)
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, told InTouch in 2011 Trump was "riveted" by a piece about the "U.S.S. something."
"He is obsessed with sharks. Terrified of sharks," she told InTouch in the interview, which wasn't published until this year. "He was like, 'I donate to all these charities and I would never donate to any charity that helps sharks. I hope all the sharks die.'"
The President has made his distaste for sharks well known, but he hasn't publicly commented on Daniels' claims about their alleged tryst.
"Ocean of Fear" featured a mix of experts and re-enactments from the World War II sinking.
Actor Richard Dreyfus narrated the documentary, after his "Jaws" character played a key role in the film's reference to the Indianapolis.
Two Japanese torpedoes struck the cruiser on July 30, 1945, as it departed Guam for an island in the Philippines.
Daniels publicly spoke for the first time about the affair she had with Trump more than a decade ago.(JAMIE SQUIRE/GETTY IMAGES)
The Indianapolis had just delivered parts for "Little Boy," the atomic bomb that would be dropped on Hiroshima a week later.
About 800 of nearly 1,200 sailors and Marines aboard the vessel went into the Philippines Sea as the ship went down in 12 minutes.
Only 316 survived in the water for five days until they were rescued.
Their comrades were picked off by Tiger sharks, drowned or succumbed to dehydration.
The terrifying aftermath was referenced by Quint, a character played by Robert Shaw, in "Jaws."
The seafaring character tells his fellow shark hunters he was aboard the cruiser and described the shark attacks — while Dreyfus' character looks on horrified.
While some of the Oscar-nominated character's facts were off, the scene was ingrained in sea lore.
"Ocean of Fear" also tried to recreate some of the survivors and their recollections were dramatized.
"There were sharks everywhere," an actor portraying Marine Giles McCoy says in an excerpted scene. "I mean, God, I have no idea where they came from."
Trump tried to convince Daniels to sleep with him after the documentary wrapped up, she told "60 Minutes."
But Daniels left the hotel soon after without the pair having sex, after Trump said he still wasn't sure if she would be on "Celebrity Apprentice." They never saw each other again, Daniels said.

"And I was like, 'Okay, cool. Well, I guess call me next week,'" she told "60 Minutes." "And I just took my purse and left."

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