Trump says Stormy Daniels made up the alleged threat against her

After remaining mum for weeks on the Stormy Daniels affair allegations, President Trump finally let loose.

Early Wednesday morning, Trump accused Daniels of “playing the Fake News Media for Fools” and claimed the man who allegedly threatened her in the parking lot is a “nonexistent man.”

What Provoked Him?

The President sent out his tweet in response to an artist’s depiction of the man that allegedly threatened Stormy Daniels.

According to Daniels, a man approached her in the parking lot of her gym prior to a workout.

He saw her with her daughter and said something to the effect that it would be a shame for something to happen to Daniels (leaving the little girl without a mother).

Daniels stated the “threat” came during the presidential election season.

She was allegedly being told not to talk about the alleged affair any longer.

Legal Repercussions

After Trump sent out the tweet, Daniels’ attorney sounded like a kid who just woke up on Christmas morning.

He called the tweet a “gift from the heavens.”

Michael Avenatti (Daniels’ attorney) also said they would more than likely be adding another defamation charge to their lawsuit.

Since the case is currently pending, the President’s lawyers no doubt have told him to keep his hands off his phone, as Daniels and Avenatti will jump all over anything he says.


Avenatti might want to pump the breaks on that charge for a second, though.

The sketch in question was revealed when Avenatti was making an appearance on yet another TV show.

Daniels is also offering a $100,000 reward for any information leading to the identity of the man.

The only problem, though, is the man has a striking resemblance to Stormy Daniels’ ex.

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With McDougal having her agreement with The National Enquirer nullified, these headlines are not going to go away anytime soon.

Unfortunately for both of them, the American people seem completely disinterested in what they have to say and just want this story to go away.

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