Trump supporters can criticize adult film star and director, Stormy Daniels (aka Stephanie Clifford), for her choice of profession, but she has something Donald Trump never will: an appreciation for honesty and desire to tell the truth.
Stormy Daniels shares her new book 'Full Disclosure' will be dedicated to her daughter, and why she wrote it: "I'm going to write everything and include it — and people can think what they want to about me, but at least it's the truth." https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/zKtGu7I6qk
— The View (@TheView) September 12, 2018
Appearing on The View alongside her attorney, Michael Cohen, Clifford announced an upcoming tell-all book about her experience with the current president and the legal and social fallout that resulted from the very short sexual encounter.
Stormy Daniels tells 'The View' that she will release a book Oct. 2 entitled 'Full Disclosure', which she says she has been working on for about 10 years, but will include details about her interactions with President Trump.
— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) September 12, 2018
Asked by co-host and former Fox & Friends star, Abby Huntsman, about critics who will say that her claims only show that she’s made a public spectacle of her encounter with Trump to sell books, Clifford replied:
‘Everybody who knows me and has known me for a long time knows I’ve been working on a book for about 10 years…the book was always going to happen, it just now has more information in it.’
Stormy Daniels announces on @TheView that she will release a book detailing her alleged relationship with Trump: "I'm going to write everything."
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) September 12, 2018
Book sales or no, Trump is quickly losing his legal battle against Clifford. Pushing to keep her silent after signing a non-disclosure agreement in exchange for a $130,000 payout exposed Trump for violating campaign contribution regulations.
Congratulations @stormydaniels on your amazing new book “Full Disclosure” – https://t.co/KbDHHY7KaT. I am excited for the world to learn who you really are and the truth about your incredible story. #Hero #TeamStormy pic.twitter.com/nKstg500hC
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) September 12, 2018
The payment was made not by Trump personally but through the Trump Organization using sham invoices and failed to report the payments, which are in-kind donations since they were intended to help Trump win the presidency, and landed Trump in the category of “unindicted co-conspirator” when his personal attorney pleaded guilty to those crimes, saying he committed them “at the direction of” the president.
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