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Saturday, 5 May 2018

Stormy Daniels demands President Trump resign on 'Saturday Night Live'


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Stormy Daniels appears as herself in the "Saturday Night Live" cold open opposite Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump. (NBC)
Stormy Daniels finally told President Trump what her silence is worth.
The porn star popped up in the "Saturday Night Live" studio as herself to take a call from Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, portrayed by Ben Stiller.
"Come on, Stormy. Stop making such a big deal about this. Everyone knows it's just an act," Baldwin said, as Trump. "Just tell me, what do you need to make this all go away."
The answer? The Donald's resignation.
She told the President that stepping down from the White House could make headlines and mounting legal woes due to their alleged 2006 tryst vanish.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, held her ground in the cold open and sparred with a faux version of her one-time lover.
Trump was not discouraged and tried patching up their short-lived liaison with raunchy pick-up lines.
"My poll numbers are finally up and speaking of polls being up," Trump cooed, only to be rebuffed.
Daniels warned the President, who has been known to watch the NBC series and gripe about Baldwin's impression afterward, that his handling of their relationship could have dire consequences.
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"I know you don't believe in climate change but a storm's a comin', baby," she said.
Daniels' Studio 8H stop was sandwiched between shows Friday and Saturday night at the Melville strip club Gossip on Long Island.
The pair's alleged one night stand in 2006 resulted in a $130,000 payoff to Daniels in an attempt to silence her days before the November 2016 election.
Cohen orchestrated the hush-money payout. Trump has repeatedly denied knowing anything about it, but his new layer Rudy Giuliani said that the president reimbursed Cohen.
The former NYC mayor told Fox's Jeanine Pirro on Saturday that Trump "did not in any way violate the campaign finance law."
Cohen's office was raided by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office last month. It is not clear what the feds were looking for.
She has filed defamation suits against Trump and Cohen.
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