Stormy Daniels says she spanked Trump, had sex with him once - MRCAESAR.COM



Sunday, 25 March 2018

Stormy Daniels says she spanked Trump, had sex with him once

Stormy Daniels, in a highly anticipated, wide-ranging interview with “60 Minutes” said the future leader of the free world broke the ice with her by turning around and dropping his pants. ( CBSNEWS/60 MINUTES VIA REUTERS)
Porn star Stormy Daniels confirmed Sunday that she broke Donald Trump down by spanking his bottom with a magazine featuring his face — and had sex with him only once.
Daniels, in a highly anticipated, wide-ranging interview with “60 Minutes,” also revealed that when news of the sexcapade surfaced while Trump was running for President, she was threatened by a mystery man in a Las Vegas parking lot as she held her infant daughter.
After agreeing to a dinner date in Trump’s hotel suite in 2006, Daniels said the future leader of the free world broke the ice with her by turning around and dropping his pants.
Daniels, 39, said Trump had tried to impress her by showing her a magazine with his picture on the cover. The only cover Trump appeared on that year was Forbes.
“Does, just, you know, talking about yourself normally work?’” Daniels said she asked Trump. “And I was like, ‘Someone should take that magazine and spank you with it.’ And I’ll never forget the look on his face.
“I don’t think anyone’s ever spoken to him like that, especially, you know, a young woman who looked like me,” Daniels said. “And I said, you know, ‘Give me that,’ and I just remember him going, ‘You wouldn’t.’ ‘Hand it over.’ And — so he did, and I was like, ‘Turn around, drop ‘em.’ ”
“You told Donald Trump to turn around and take off his pants?” correspondent Anderson Cooper asked.
“He turned around and pulled his pants down a little — you know had underwear on and stuff and I just gave him a couple swats,” Daniels said. “And from that moment on, he was a completely different person. He quit talking about himself and he asked me things and I asked him things and it just became, like, more appropriate.”
Stormy Daniels tells "60 Minutes" host Anderson Cooper that the tryst with President Trump was entirely consensual. ( CBSNEWS/60 MINUTES VIA REUTERS)
Daniels went on to describe having sex with Trump that night, even though she was not physically attracted to him, and regretted putting herself in the position of being alone with him in his hotel room.
“I was like, ‘Ugh, here we go,’ ” she said. “And I just felt like maybe — it was sort of — I had it coming for making a bad decision for going to someone’s room alone and I just heard the voice in my head, ‘Well, you put yourself in a bad situation and bad things happen, so you deserve this.’ ”
Daniels, then 27, said the tryst was entirely consensual. She said Trump, then 60 did not wear a condom, and she did not ask him to.
Daniels also said that during that dinner, Trump said she reminded him of his daughter, presumably a reference to Ivanka Trump.
“You are special. You remind me of my daughter,” he said, according to Daniels. “You're smart and beautiful, and a woman to be reckoned with, and I like you. I like you.”
Daniels said Trump, now 71, also told him that he and his wife, Melania, did not share a bedroom.
“Don’t worry about that,” Trump said, according to her. “We don’t even — we have separate rooms and stuff.”
Trump lowered his pants and allowed Daniels to spank him with a magazine, she said. (PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/AP)
She said Trump dangled the idea of an appearance on “The Apprentice” to keep her interested in him.
Daniels said they never had sex again, although he tried to, coming on to her strongly after a meeting a year later during which they watched a documentary about shark attacks.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, said she never got the opportunity to appear on “The Apprentice.”
She also told Cooper that several years later, after a magazine interview about the tryst, she was threatened by a mystery man as she went to a gym.
“A guy walked up on me and said to me, ‘Leave Trump alone. Forget the story,’ ” Daniels said. “And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said, ‘That’s a beautiful little girl. It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom.’ ”
Daniels said she never saw the man again.
The disturbing confrontation came after Daniels had done a lengthy interview with InTouch Magazine about her alleged sex romp with Trump.
Trump tried to impress Stormy Daniels during a dinner at his hotel suite in 2006, she said. 
The interview was never published because Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen threatened to sue the gossip magazine.
Daniels said she never reported the threat to police because she was terrified.
“I was rattled,” she said. “I remember going into the workout class and my hands are shaking so much.”
“I was afraid I was going to drop her,” she added of her daughter.
Daniels said the CBS interview was not in violation of a non-disclosure agreement she signed with Cohen before the 2016 election because Trump himself never signed it. She confirmed she was paid $130,000 and said she rejected much more money to tell her story.
“I turned down a large payday multiple times because, one, I didn’t want to kiss and tell and be labeled all the things that I’m being labeled now,” Daniels said.
“I didn’t want to take away from the legitimate and legal, I’d like to point out, career that I’ve worked very hard to establish. And most importantly, I did not want my family and my child exposed to all the things that she’s being exposed to right now. Because everything that I was afraid of coming out has come out anyway, and guess what? I don’t have a million dollars.”
Michael Cohen, Trump's personal attorney, admitted he paid Daniels, but refused to say why.  (PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/AP)
The “Good Will Humping” actress has offered to return the $130,000 she says Cohen paid her in return for her silence.
Cohen admitted last month that he made the payment but has refused to say why or whether he was ever reimbursed by Trump or his campaign.
Brooklyn Law School dean Nicholas Allard told the Daily News it’s “highly unlikely” Cohen and Trump would be able to enforce the nondisclosure agreement in light of Daniels’ going on “60 Minutes” because it’s “astonishing how poor the quality of the NDA is and how poor the lawyering is on behalf of the President.”
Daniels had denied several times that she slept with Trump, but she said she lied in her denials because she felt she had no other choice.
“I was concerned for my family and their safety,” she said.
Fifteen months after she signed the nondisclosure agreement, news of the tryst — and the hush money — came out in a Wall Street Journal article.
Since then, Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, has lashed out at the Trump team for intimidating his client.
“This is about the coverup,” Avenatti said. “This is about the extent that Mr. Cohen and the President have gone to intimidate this woman, to silence her, to threaten her and to put her under their thumb. It is thuggish behavior from people in power. And it has no place in American democracy.”
Daniels was clear that she did not want to be mistaken for part of the #MeToo movement.
“I am not a victim,” she said. “I’ve never said I was a victim.”
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