From the time Donald Trump has been in the public eye, he’s been surrounded by beautiful women. That’s just par for the course for self-made, wealthy men who are in the spotlight. They attract models and celebrity wannabes like flies into a bug zapper. It just happens.
Every now and then, said self-made men take it to the next level and actually get to know these women in the biblical sense. It happens.
However, when one is in public office, especially if one is a Republican, that sort of thing is just not supposed to be in the candidate or officeholder’s background. Hence, the constant parade of women claiming to have had relations with now President Donald Trump when he was just a regular citizen, and billionaire developer in New York City.
Whether or not any of the people on the fruited plain believe these attention getters or care for that matter, is irrelevant.
Enter Stephanie Clifford, aka porn star Stormy Daniels, who claims that she and President Trump had an affair years ago and that there is a non-disclosure agreement between them. It’s plausible, but now she is claiming in a lawsuit that the president did not sign the agreement. His lawyer did in his stead, and as such, the whole thing should be considered null and void, and she should be able to talk about all the salacious details.
…the lawsuit claims that when he was running for office and multiple women were coming forward to share stories of their own alleged encounters with the then-Republican presidential candidate, Cohen intervened in an attempt to keep Clifford from coming forward as well.
“Despite Mr. Trump’s failure to sign the Hush Agreement, Mr. Cohen proceeded to cause $130,000.00 to be wired to the trust account of Ms. Clifford’s attorney. He did so even though there was no legal agreement and thus no written nondisclosure agreement whereby Ms. Clifford was restricted from disclosing the truth about Mr. Trump,” the document states.
The lawsuit says Cohen has continued his attempts at silencing Clifford — including as recently as February 27, 2018.
Really? Let’s see the evidence and the wire transfer or check for the cash. Without it, this effort on the part of Clifford and her lawyer (and CNN for that matter since they had the story) should be taken as the smear campaign based solely on sex that it is.
Sex scandals have been overplayed. When the opposition realizes that, they might disappear, but don’t hold your breath.