Stormy Daniels Makes Public Statement After Cohen Admits To Illegal Trump Affair Bribe


Stormy Daniels has had a very good day. Today, the whole world was informed that she was telling the truth when she said that the current president of the United States had his attorney bribe her into staying quiet about an affair she had with the president right after Trump’s youngest son, Barron was born.

Stormy’s vindication came Tuesday when Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen plead guilty to eight federal counts, and admitted that it was his boss, Donald Trump, who ordered him to commit at least one of those felonies.

The adult entertainer and business woman has now released a statement to the media regarding the truth finally being set free. Daniels said this Tuesday afternoon upon hearing about Cohen’s plea deal:

“Michael [Avenatti, her lawyer] and I are vindicated and we look forward to the apologies from the people who claimed we were wrong.”

According to NBC News:

“Cohen told the court that he and an executive from a media company, at the direction of a federal candidate, arranged to keep one of the alleged affairs from the public with a payment of $150,000. McDougal and her lawyers have said that the National Enquirer, run by Trump associate David Pecker, paid her $150,000 in August 2016 as part of a “catch-and-kill” strategy to keep the story from circulating publicly.”

The publication continues:

“He told the court Tuesday that after using the money from the loan for the payment, he was reimbursed by the unnamed candidate.┬áThe defendant seemed to choke up when the judge asked him if he was aware that being convicted of a felony waives his right to vote and serve on a jury. All eight counts are felonies. The judge noted that Cohen could serve up to 65 years in prison, though the prosecutors’ recommended sentence is 46 to 63 months.”