President Trump’s Attorney Reveals Letter from Porn Star Denying Affair with POTUS

Speaking of fake news in the atmosphere, the Wall Street Journal, which used to be a reputable publication, reported on Friday that President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen paid $130k to an adult film actress (a porn star basically) prior to the 2016 electionas a bribe of sorts/hush money, in order to keep her alleged affair with then-candidate Trump quiet. The article in the WSJ claims that now retired porn star Stormy Daniels (her real name is Stephanie Clifford) had a sexual encounter with Donald Trump in 2006, a consensual sex-relationship that is (there are no allegations of rape or misconduct or anything), but the thing is, Trump married Melania in 2005, hence you see where this is going.

According to the Friday hit-piece, Michael Cohen paid Stephanie Clifford/Stormy Daniels the aforementioned sum of money in October 2016, in order to stop her from speaking to the media right before the election. The alleged sex-collusion as per WSJ’s piece took place in July 2006  in Lake Tahoe at a celebrity golf tournament.

The WSJ quotes anonymous sources, in good hit-piece tradition, familiar to the matter, mind you, which claim Stormy Daniels got paid after Donald Trump learned that she was getting ready to give an interview to ABC News to reveal her affair with then-candidate Trump. In response to the WSJ article, President Trump’s personal attorney Cohen produced a letter signed by the actress which denies the allegations of hush-money paid to occult the alleged affair. Cohen has said:

“These rumors have circulated time and again since 2011. President Trump once again vehemently denies any such occurrence as has Ms. Daniels,”

The letter written by the actress reads:

“I recently became aware that certain news outlets are alleging that I had a sexual and/or romantic affair with Donald Trump many, many, many years ago. I am stating with complete clarity that this is absolutely false,” she continued, adding that she considered Trump to be “gracious, professional and a complete gentleman. If indeed I did have a relationship with Donald Trump, trust me, you wouldn’t be reading about it in the news, you would be reading about it in my book. But the fact of the matter is, these stories are not true.”

President Trump's Attorney Reveals Letter from Porn Star Denying Affair with POTUS

The report in the WSJ was completely unsourced and unverified. Yet it “reported” this as if it was proven fact. How very sad that the WSJ has sunk so low that they would feature a completely unverified hearsay report like this, especially when all of the journalistic principles deny it.

Doesn’t matter that she is saying it never happened. CNN will report that according to an unnamed source familiar with the incident, i.e. it did happen.