Stormy Days For Trump As Hush Money Porn Star Sues The President

Stormy Daniels is suing Trump because he never signed their hush money agreement which means that it is invalid and Daniels is free to talk about their affair.
NBC News reported:

Stephanie Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels, signed both the agreement and a side letter agreement using her professional name on October 28, 2016, just days before the 2016 presidential election. Cohen signed the document the same day. Both agreements are appended to the lawsuit as Exhibit 1 and Exhibit 2.

The “hush agreement,” as it’s called in the suit, refers to Trump throughout as David Dennison, and Clifford as Peggy Peterson. In the side letter agreement, the true identity of DD is blacked out, but Clifford’s attorney, Michael Avenatti, says the individual is Trump.

Each document includes a blank where “DD” is supposed to sign, but neither blank is signed.

Read the lawsuit:

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In any other administration, a presidential sex scandal would be dominating the news 24/7, but in the case of Donald Trump, the Stormy Daniels scandal might be the fourth most important scandal in the Trump administration behind Russia, Jared Kushner corruption, and Trump administration using the White House for personal profit. Stormy Daniels is the kind of scandal that can resonate with voters because it is simple, but with presidential treason on the table, Stormy may have to sue to get her moment in the news cycle sun.

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