Stormy Daniels' Badass Twitter Account Is Getting National Attention
Stormy Daniels claps back at sexists on social media ahead of a controversial interview with Anderson Cooper.
Adult entertainer Stormy Daniels has continued her challenges to President Trump's legal team after making a series of claims about an affair the two allegedly had in 2006. Before the 2016 election, Daniels claims she signed a hush agreement with Trump's legal team, keeping her silent about the sexual encounter. More recently, Daniels has attempted to challenge the validity of the controversial NDA in court. The deal between Daniels and Trump has also come under national scrutiny, with some wondering if Trump broke election campaign rules by trying to silence Daniels with donated funds, according to the Washington Post.
Now, with the status of her NDA in question, Daniels has taken to social media to offer her uniquely sassy takes on the situation. Along the way, she's shutting down the overt sexism she's seen on social media.
The extent to which her public statements about both the affair and subsequent legal discussions will hurt Trump's reputation remains a question for the entire country.
Meanwhile, respected reporter Soledad O'Brien has also taken to social media with a notable snappy response to conservative talking head Chuck Woolery.
"While Democrats and Republicans are fighting for their parties, Trump is fighting for the Republic. I hope you can see this," said Woolery on Twitter.
Soledad offered a pithy clap back.
"President Trump is fighting a porn star, babe," she retorted.
This weekend, "60 Minutes" will feature an in-depth interview with Daniels on the subject of the ongoing scandal. She'll discuss her claims in dialogue with Anderson Cooper. Garnering increased national attention, a theater in Oakland, California plans on screening the conversation and charging admission, according to SFGate.
Trump's lawyers are also now stating that Daniels in liable for more than $20 million in damages after she made several defamatory claims about the President, according to CNBC.
Michael Avenatti, Daniels' lawyer, offered a statement on the ongoing proceedings.
"This is simply more of the same bullying tactics from the president and Mr. Cohen," he said, according to CNBC.
Avenetti has also claimed that Daniels was physically threatened after making her public statements, according to MSNBC. He would not clarify who threatened her.
The "60 Minutes" special will air on Sunday, March 25 at 7pm.
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