White House Responds to Stormy Daniels’ 60 Minutes Interview
Washed-up porn star Stephanie Clifford AKA Stormy Daniels sat down for a 60 Minutes interview Sunday evening to discuss her alleged affair with Donald Trump in 2006.
Daniels also made claims of hush money and an alleged Trump threat.
On Monday, White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah responded to the interview during a press briefing, saying Trump has been consistent in denying the underlying claims and “the only person who has been inconsistent is the one making the claims.”
The Washington Examiner reported:
“He [Trump] has denied the accusations that she made last night and has been consistent in doing so. She has not,” Shah repeated later in the briefing.
Shah did not offer specifics on the alleged inconsistencies, but said that Trump “does not” believe a claim from Daniels that she was threatened by an unknown Trump backer in 2011. “There’s nothing to corroborate her claim,” Shah said.
When pressed for details on the alleged inconsistencies, Shah said: “My understanding is she’s signed some statements that conflict with what she said last night.”
During the briefing, Shah confirmed that Trump dined with longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen on Saturday in Florida. Cohen brokered a $130,000 non-disclosure deal with Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, in October 2016.
Regarding why there would be a settlement if Trump did not have an affair, Shah said: “False charges are settled out of court all the time.”
Stormy Daniels is a hot mess and her credibility is even being questioned by liberals.
The aging porn star even appeared to be high as a kite during her interview as her pupils were very dilated.