Stormy Daniels must pay $293,052.33 in attorney's fees, costs and sanctions to President Donald Trump's lawyers, a California judge has ruled in the defamation suit attorney Michael Avenatti brought against Trump earlier this year. Read the rest
Things are not looking good for Michael Avenatti. His ex-girlfriend Mareli Miniutti says he violently dragged her out of bed and called her a 'f--king bitch.' Read the rest
Michael Avenatti has been arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of domestic violence. Read the rest
Apparently, you are looking at the President's penis. Read the rest
The Daily Beast reports on the president's deformed horror cock, as described by Stormy Daniels.
“He knows he has an unusual penis,” Daniels writes in a book fittingly titled Full Disclosure. “It has a huge mushroom head. Like a toadstool… I lay there, annoyed that I was getting fucked by a guy with Yeti pubes and a dick like the mushroom character in Mario Kart... It may have been the least impressive sex I’d ever had, but clearly, he didn’t share that opinion.”
Misdemeanor charges against Stephanie Clifford aka Stormy Daniels were dropped on Thursday, after she was arrested at an Ohio strip club on Wednesday night over a weird law that makes it illegal for strippers to touch anyone with any part of their body while performing. Read the rest
Brace yourself for abundant Avenatti on the telly. Read the rest
On Fox News tonight, Rudy Giuliani shared some jaw-dropping things. Read the rest
Stormy Daniels has filed a lawsuit against US President Donald Trump for his defamatory comments on Twitter. Read the rest
In New York today, a judge ordered Michael Cohen to reveal the name of a third client, someone who didn't want to be named. It's Sean Hannity. Read the rest
This afternoon, Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress and director to whom Dear Leader's lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid hush money weeks before the 2016 election, tweeted the following:
Want to see something scary? Type "stormy daniels" in your twitter search bar & then click the button for "latest" option. Guess someone didn't like me defending myself and/or doesn't want people being able search my news stories.
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) April 6, 2018
It's true. If you search on her name, and hit the Latest tab, you see lots of Trump-linked tweets and tweets where Ms. Daniels is mentioned, but not a single one of the recent Tweets from Stormy Daniels herself. [Note: her posts don't appear when you click the "Latest" tab, but her posts do appear in the "Top" tab -- Mark]
Hey Twitter? What's up with this? Is she being shadowbanned? It actually appears to be a redirect to Trump tweets. Who might be doing this?
Dr. Jack Brown is a body language expert. On his site Bodylanguagesuccess.com, the Las Vegas physician shares his analyses of the nonverbal communication exhibited by people in topical videos.
I've been reading his site for sometime now and I think he does an incredible job explaining what can be seen by really looking at someone's oh-so-telling body language, esp. their micro-expressions.
So, it was with delight to see that he gave his insight on Sunday night's Stormy Daniels' interview on 60 Minutes.
In short, Brown says Daniels exhibits a high "sincerity quotient" and that she was "telling the truth throughout the duration of this exchange."
Although there were many, one of Ms. Daniels'/Clifford's nonverbal displays which carries a high degree of sincerity occurred during 0:33 - 0:34, as she says, "... And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter ...", Ms. Daniels/Clifford leans her torso, while twisting/turning her head and neck - as she is recounting the actions of the man who she said had confronted and threatened her in a parking lot in Las Vegas.
Such physical/body language mirroring of her verbal description is highly consistent with her re-living the event. It indicates honesty - and suggests a higher empathy quotient. It also indicates she's more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress from this threat...
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Another of the many sincerity tells came at the end of the interview at the end of the interview, when Anderson Cooper asks, "The President watches 60 Minutes.
"Defendants plainly intended to prevent American voters from hearing Plaintiff [Clifford] speak about Mr. Trump," the suit says.
Stormy Daniels has amended her lawsuit against Donald Trump to say Trump attorney Michael Cohen defamed her, and also says the non-disclosure agreement she signed violates campaign finance law. Read the rest
Trump's White House spokesman 'strongly, clearly, and consistently' denied Stormy Daniels' affair claims the day after her interview with 60 Minutes aired. Read the rest
Watch the video and read the transcript at CBS News. (Embedded above are highlights from CNN; CBS offers an embed but it's broken in every browser I tested.)
A week and a half before the 2016 election, Donald Trump's personal attorney paid a porn star named Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about her alleged relationship with the Republican candidate for president. Today, that arrangement is well on its way to becoming the most talked-about "hush agreement" in history, with potential legal and political implications for the president. Through his spokesman, Mr. Trump has denied having an affair with Stormy Daniels, and his lawyers are now threatening her with financial ruin, saying she has to pay $1 million dollars every time she violates her agreement to stay silent. But that didn't stop her from coming on 60 Minutes.
“He was like, ‘wow, you are special. You remind me of my daughter.’” --Stormy Daniels says of her conversation with Mr. Trump the night they met. pic.twitter.com/Mj52gSoDbH
— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) March 25, 2018
On a CNN Tonight's panel last night with Don Lemon, CNN economics analyst Stephen Moore cracked a stupid joke about Stormy Daniels, and it didn't go over well with Lemon and the other panelists.
On the subject of Daniels and her lawsuit against Trump, Lemon asks political commentator Kevin Madden to react to Daniels' claim that Trump's long-time attorney Michael Cohen has attempted to silence her as recently as last week. Madden says her claims are credible, and he's incredulous that we're even having to have this kind of discussion about a sitting president.
Then Moore jumps in and says, "Are you saying that a porn star would actually try to call attention to herself? Shocking, right?”
The atmosphere becomes awkward as the panelists quietly stare straight ahead with expressions of suppressed cringes on their faces. Moore tries to breaks the ice with, "I mean, that’s what porn stars do!” He digs himself deeper with, "My only point is, I mean, a porn star?" He then makes that horsey sound people make when they blow air between loose lips, to show that a porn star's remarks are to be dismissed.
Political Analyst Kirsten Powers, one of the other panelists, says, "I don't think it's appropriate to be demeaning this woman."
The ignorant drivel coming from Moore continues until the video finally cuts off. Read the rest