Stormy Daniels Won't Deny Trump Affair on Jimmy Kimmel's Show

Stormy Daniels Won't Deny Trump Affair on Jimmy Kimmel's Show

Early on Tuesday, a statement reportedly from former porn star Stormy Daniels denied that Daniels had an affair with president-to-be Donald Trump, but in an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Daniels left open the possibility that the statement didn't come directly from her, and she refused to deny having the affair. Allegations have surfaced that Daniels was paid $130,000 by Trump's personal attorney to keep quiet about the affair. Daniels hasn't denied that, either.

Via Page Six.

President Donald Trump’s reported paramour and adult film star Stormy Daniels appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Monday night just hours after Trump finished his first State of the Union speech.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, kicked off the segment by watching the State of the Union address with Kimmel.

“Okay, enough of this,” Kimmel said, pulling out a puppet version of Trump. “Stormy, show me on the puppet what he did to you.” To which Clifford pulled out a puppet in her shape with tape over its eyes and looked knowingly at the camera.

“Hmm, kinky,” Kimmel said.

In his opening monologue, Kimmel referred to a 2011 InTouch interview in which Clifford had stated “that she could definitely describe Donald Trump’s junk perfectly – if she ever had to. And at long last, that moment has arrived. She has to.”

Clifford was first reported as having had an affair with the president in a January Wall Street Journal article, which stated that Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen had paid Clifford $130,000 to keep quiet about an alleged 2006 affair. Cohen denied the report and provided WSJ with an email that denied having received a settlement from Trump, signed “Stormy Daniels.” Clifford also released a statement hours before her Kimmel appearance Tuesday dismissing the report.

On the show, Kimmel pressed Clifford about whether she had signed an NDA regarding her alleged affair. She wouldn’t give a straight response, however.

He compared the signature on the original statement Cohen had sent with signatures from her head shots and the signature on her Tuesday statement, and asked whether she had signed the Tuesday statement.

“I don’t know, did I?” she responded.

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