Porn star Stormy Daniels said that former President Donald Trump admitted that she told the “truth about everything,” in a series of posts on his social media platform.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg submitted evidence to a grand jury that he gathered from an investigation into whether the 45th president paid hush money to Daniels during the 2016 presidential election.
Daniels claimed that she slept with Trump in 2006, just months after former first lady Melania Trump had given birth to his youngest child, Barron, now 16-years-old.
She alleged that during his presidential campaign, Trump paid her off with $130,000 to keep her mouth shut about the affair.
His former attorney, Michael Cohen, was sentenced to three years in prison, after pleading guilty to paying off Daniels for the “principle of influencing” the election in 2018.
Cohen admitted to the judge that the payment was made “in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office” at the time.
Trump took to Twitter in May 2018 to deny the sexual encounter ever took place and that no campaign money was exchanged when he reimbursed Cohen for the $130,000.
“The agreement was used to stop the false and extortionist accusations made by her about an affair,” he tweeted.
“Despite already having signed a detailed letter admitting that there was no affair.”
“Prior to its violation by Ms. Clifford and her attorney, this was a private agreement,” Trump concluded.
“Money from the campaign, or campaign contributions, played no roll in this transaction”
According to Daniels, the former president’s tendency to vent online was somehow an admission of his complicity in the scandal.
“With respect to the “Stormy” nonsense, it is VERY OLD & happened a long time ago” he wrote on Tuesday.
“Long past the very publicly known & accepted deadline of the Statute of Limitations.”
“I placed full Reliance on the JUDGEMENT & ADVICE OF COUNCIL,” he said about Cohen.
“Who I had every reason to believe had a license to practice law, was competent, & was able to appropriately provide solid legal services.”
“He came from a good law firm, represented other clients over the years, & there was NO reason not to rely on him, and I did.”
Daniels was quick to accuse Trump of admitting that their romp had actually happened.
“Thanks for just admitting that I was telling the truth about EVERYTHING,” Daniels tweeted in response to the Truth Social post.
“Guess I’ll take my “horse face” back to bed now, Mr. former “president,” she snarked.
“The “Stormy” Fake Witch Hunt has been stop and go, on again, off again, for years, to the point where the whole thing has become Prosecutorial Misconduct. Missed Statute Big,” Trump posted in a follow-up.
“The Fake News has been pushing the D.A., and all D.A.’s and Prosecutors, at a level that they have NEVER been pushed before,” he continued.
Trump said that Bragg was both “disgraceful,” and suffered from “Trump Derangement Syndrome,” due to “weaponized politcs.”
Trump said that if Bragg “would spend half as much time trying to solve” New York’s crime epidemic, “as he does in perpetuating the greatest Witch Hunt of all time,” as the DOJ’s prosecutorial henchman, the city would be “a much safer place to live in.
When one online commenter wrote that the former president “just cannot shut his fat face,” Daniels replied that “he opens his mouth more than I do my legs.”
“This is a continuation of the Greatest Witch Hunt of all time,” Trump concluded.
“They long ago missed the Statute of Limitations, & I recently won big money against ‘Stormy’ in the 9th Circuit – NEVER HAD AN AFFAIR. This is old news!”
Daniels was ordered to pay Trump $300,000 in legal fees in March, after losing an appeal to keep her defamation suit against him going in court.
“I will go to jail before I pay a penny,” she said after the ruling.