Stormy Daniels claims Donald Trump lasted two minutes in bed
Porn star Stormy Daniels just threw a bombshell. In an interview published on Vogue’s website today, 39 year old Stormy Daniels talked at length about Trump and Michael Cohen.
She revealed how she was paid $130,000 to keep her claims about their 2006 encounter quiet ahead of the 2016 election.
In an accompanying portrait taken by iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz, she posed in a last season Zac Posen cap mermaid gown that was worth $3,990 but is now being sold online for $850.
She was accessorized with Tiffany jewels and had her blonde hair curled and placed to one side.
Speaking of her alleged dalliance with Trump at a Lake Tahoe hotel following a golf tournament in 2006, she joked that it was ‘normal person sex’ which lasted ‘two minutes’ if she is being ‘generous’ according to www.dailymail.co.uk.
‘How many details can you really give about two minutes?’ Stormy said playfully when asked to describe their alleged tryst.
Stormy Daniels left the hotel afterwards without any argument and insisted that she never felt in danger while in Trump’s company.
‘Not once did I ever feel like I was in any sort of physical danger. I’m sure if I would’ve taken off running, he wouldn’t have given chase. And even if I had, there’s no way he could’ve caught me.
Afterwards, she and her friends would laugh when he called her because he was ‘just The Apprentice,’ at the time, one of her friends told Vogue.
Trump has always denied having sex with Stormy Daniels whose real name is Stephanie Clifford. At the time of their alleged encounter, he had been married to the first lady for a year.
Last week, his long serving lawyer flipped on him and admitted paying Daniels $130,000 to keep her allegations to herself ahead of the 2016 election.
Since she began her Make America Horny Again tour of strip clubs, Stormy Daniels said she has been faced with an unexpected outpouring of admiration from women who are pinning their hopes for a ‘revolution’ on her, their unlikely leader.
‘My fan base is completely different. It’s pretty much these packs of women, and they are angry. People come up and they’re so emotional and they put so much on me. They’re like, “You’re going to save the world, you’re a patriot, you’re a hero.”