Published: Wed, January 31, 2018
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Stormy Daniels Apparently Denies Denying Trump Affair on Kimmel

Stormy Daniels Apparently Denies Denying Trump Affair on Kimmel

Stormy Daniels appears on Jimmy Kimmel.

A report from The Wall Street Journal alleged that an attorney for President Trump's may have paid out over $100,000 in hush money to keep an affair with porn star Stormy Daniels out of headlines.

During the rest of the interview, which followed President Trump's State of the Union address, Kimmel played a game of "Never Have I Ever" with Daniels, to elicit whether she had ever slept with a married man at a golf tournament, or if she has ever had sex with a man whose name rhymes with "Lonald Lump", the Daily News reported. "Dirty? Yes, and I know a lot about dirty and even I wouldn't do that".

In a tweet announcing the live interview with Daniels, the show teased how "she'll discuss the newfound attention she's received and more".

Kimmel began by displaying a copy and comparing her signature on it to other examples. "But if you didn't have a non-disclosure agreement, you most certainly could say, 'I don't have a non-disclosure agreement.' Yes?" asked Kimmel.

"I think she was looking to get paid for her story", Weisberg told ABC News.

They didn't match, he said, asking if she had signed it.


The adult film star was expected to elaborate on the details of an alleged affair she had had with Trump several years ago, during the early days of his relationship with wife Melania.

They point to the signature on the statement being significantly different from her previous autographs.

A week after that report, In Touch magazine printed a 5,000-word interview it conducted with Clifford in 2011 but never published after Cohen threatened the tabloid with a lawsuit, The Associated Press has previously reported.

She added: "And I would love to litigate a test case and argue that a contractual obligation to LIE is unenforceable as against public policy".

The Wall Street Journal reported January 12 that a Trump lawyer paid Daniels $130,000 right before the 2016 presidential election to stay silent about the reported tryst. The statement clearly threw Kimmel for a loop, destroying any hopes of a juicy, detailed interview-and setting the tone for an exceedingly odd segment that prompted far more questions than it answered.

Clifford produced a blond female doll with duct tape across its mouth, and gave a small nod as she looked at the camera.

The First Lady arrived at the State of the Union address wearing a white Dior trouser suit - which some suggested was "trolling" her husband, who arrived separately.

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