Stormy Daniels spent Thursday morning writing mean comments on Twitter.
She’s the woman who might bring down the presidency yet she’s not above engaging in petty flame wars online.
Rudy Giuliani kicked up a firestorm when he casually admitted that President Trump repaid the hush money his lawyer sent to Daniels. The admission is a big deal. Trump previously said he had no idea about the payment while Michael Cohen, his lawyer, said he was never reimbursed.
Daniels is joyous. She and her lawyer started gloating immediately after Giuliani’s interview aired.
“I don’t think Cohen is qualified to ‘clean up’ my horse’s manure. Too soon? #basta #TeamStormy,” Daniels tweeted.
When other users attacked her, she attacked them right back
One user joked that keeping horses as animal cruelty in Daniels’ case because they have to “cart your fat ass around.”
“That’s all you got, honey? I WISH that I had a ‘fat’ ass!” Daniels fired back.
Daniels is in an interesting position. She’s a former porn star who’s now mixed up in politics. She’s not exactly a classy lady, judging by her Twitter tirades, but she doesn’t need to be. She has a strong, relentless team behind her.
President Trump is furious.
“The agreement was used to stop the false and extortionist accusations made by her about an affair … despite already having signed a detailed letter admitting that there was no affair,” the president tweeted.
“Prior to its violation by Ms. Clifford and her attorney, this was a private agreement. Money from the campaign, or campaign contributions, played no role in this transaction.”
Daniels real name is Stephanie Clifford. Giuliani said that Trump agreed to pay her because her allegations of an affair were so harmful.
“This was for personal reasons. This was, the president had been hurt personally. Not politically, personally so much, and the first lady, by some of the false allegations, by one more false allegation, six years old, that I think he was trying to help the family,” Giuliani said.
Daniels’ career, on the other hand, flourished after she made her allegations.
(Source: New York Post)