Stormy Daniels Says She ‘Technically’ Didn’t Sleep With Donald Trump


President Trump’s lawyers have threatened Stormy Daniels with a $20 million lawsuit in advance of her “60 Minutes” interview.
But it is her Twitter account that should make them nervous.
The adult film star, who gained worldwide notoriety following reports that she had an affair with Donald Trump years ago, slammed her critic Tuesday, as she hurled some interesting tid-bits about her relationship with the president. And boy, can she throw serious shade.
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Responding to a tweet suggesting Daniels should “just disappear,” because “no one cares you were a slut and slept with POTUS 12 yrs ago,” Daniels gave an epic clapback:
“Technically I didn’t sleep with the POTUS 12 years ago. There was no sleeping (hehe) and he was just a goofy reality TV star.”
When another critic told her 15 minutes were almost up, Daniels — whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford —  responded with this:
“Do you seriously think I give a flying f— if people “like” me?” I’d have become a kindergarten teacher if that was my goal in life.”
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Daniels is embroiled in a fierce legal battle with Trump and his lawyers over a non-disclosure agreement she signed right before the 2016 presidential election, aimed at silencing her about her relationship with the president before he took office.
Through her lawyers, Daniels claimed that the NDA — for which she was paid $130,000 — is null and void because Trump never signed it.
Trump has denied the accusations. His personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, filed papers with in Federal Court, claiming he has the right to seek $20 million in damages for at least 20 violations of the nondisclosure agreement.
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But if Daniels is worried, you wouldn’t know it by looking at her Twitter feed, where’s she’s spilling lots of Trump tea.
Responding to an online critic who asked whether she had “no shame,” Daniels said: “Shameless….which is also my favorite Garth Brooks song.”
When a particularly spelling-challenged critic tried to diss her, saying “all americans know you will do anything for money and you are so jellioys of milania you cant stand it,” Daniels responded with: “Too easy.”
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It seems Daniels is well aware of her trolling talents.
To a fan who wrote: “I know you’re technically an adult film star, but you’re a hell of a troll slayer too!,” Daniels hit back with this gem: “Everyone needs a hobby.”
You can check out more of her tweets here (NSFW).
If the drama has you glued to the screen, worry not. Daniels promised in her Tuesday Twitter storm: “I am NOT going anywhere.”
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Shameless….which is also my favorite Garth Brooks song.
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) March 20, 2018

Do you seriously think I give a flying fuck if people “like” me? I’d have become a kindergarten teacher if that was my goal in life. And for someone who doesn’t want to “see” me, you took the time to come to my twitter and type a message to me? OK
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) March 20, 2018

— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) March 20, 2018

The turnover in the Trump administration continues.

Michael Flynn  
Michael Flynn resigned in February 2017 as President Trump’s national security adviser after less than a month in the position.
The move came after Flynn admitted he gave “incomplete information” about a call he had with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. last December regarding sanctions against Russia, The New York Times reported, and that he misled Vice President Mike Pence and other top White House officials about the conversation.
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Preet Bharara 
Months after getting personal assurance from the president that he would remain in his job as a top federal prosecutor, Bharara was asked to submit his resignation in March 2017.
“Had I not been fired, and had Donald Trump continued to cultivate a direct personal relationship with me, it’s my strong belief at some point, given the history, the president of the United States would’ve asked me to do something inappropriate,” Bharara said on his podcast.

James Comey 
President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey in May 2017 over his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Trump’s decision was based on the recommendation of both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, according to Spicer.
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Michael Dubke 
Michael Dubke, the first communications director in the Trump White House, resigned in May 2017 in the midst of ongoing blowback for the president’s handling of the firing of James Comey.

Sean Spicer 
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned in late July 2017 when Trump hired Anthony Scaramucci as communications director. 
According to the New York Times, which first broke the news, Spicer told President Trump he vehemently disagreed with the appointment of New York financier and former Fox Business host Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.

Reince Priebus  
Priebus was ousted from his position as White House Chief of Staff in July 2017, when Donald Trump hired General John Kelly to take his place. 
“I am pleased to inform you that I have just named General/Secretary John F Kelly as White House Chief of Staff. He is a Great American,” Trump said in a tweet. 
“I would like to thank Reince Priebus for his service and dedication to his country,” Trump went on to say in a separate tweet. “We accomplished a lot together and I am proud of him!”

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Anthony Scaramucci 
Scaramucci was the White House Communications Director for 10 days last summer and is now infamous for a wild, expletive-filled interview with The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza. He announced in late September week that he will launch his own media website, called The Scaramucci Post. 

Sebastian Gorka 
Sebastian Gorka announced his decision to exit his role as deputy assistant to the POTUS in a letter to the president in late August 2017. 
“[G]iven recent events, it is clear to me that forces that do not support the MAGA promise are – for now – ascendant within the White House,” Gorka wrote in the letter, obtained by the Federalist. “As a result, the best and most effective way I can support you, Mr. President, is from outside the People’s House.”
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Steve Bannon 
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was reportedly fired in August 2017, though he insists he resigned July 27 — giving two weeks’ notice — but his leaving was put off because of the events in Charlottesville, Virginia. He returned to Breitbart News, where he vows to go to “war” for Trump.
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Tom Price 
Following a week-long scandal over his lavish use of private jets while traveling on government business, Health and Human Services secretary Tom Price  resigned on September 29.
“Secretary of Health and Human Services Thomas Price offered his resignation earlier today and the President accepted,” the White House said in a statement. “The President intends to designate Don J. Wright of Virginia to serve as Acting Secretary, effective at 11:59 p.m. on September 29, 2017.”

Omarosa Manginault 
Former “Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault Newman resigned in December “to pursue other opportunities,” according to a White House press release. Trump thanked her for In February 2018, she became a contestant on “Celebrity Big Brother,” and bashed Trump in the first episode. 

Brenda Fitzgerald
Centers for Disease Control director Brenda Fitzgerald resigned in January 2018 after a Politico report that she bought shares in a tobacco company one month into her role. 
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Rob Porter  
Staff secretary Rob Porter left the White House in February 2018 after his two ex-wives both detailed accusations of  domestic abuse. Reports emerged that senior aides knew about the allegations for months but did nothing until more details came out to the public, sparking backlash. Trump praised Porter’s character and reiterated that he had proclaimed his innocence. 

Hope Hicks 
Just one day after testifying before the House intelligence committee in February 2018, the White House Communications Director and longtime Trump loyalist announced plans to resign.
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Gary Cohn 
Cohn, considered one of the most liberal members of Team Trump as director of the National Economic Council, announced in March 2018 he was leaving after a disagreement with Trump over tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. He had previously been mentioned as a possible chief of staff.

John McEntee 
McEntee was abruptly fired after serving a year as the president’s personal assistant, the Wall Street Journal reported on March 13, 2018. The paper cited an unspecified security issue as the reason for the dismissal.

Rex Tillerson  
The secretary of state was abruptly asked to resign in March 2018 after just over a year in the job. The former CEO of Exxon Mobil arrived at the State Department with no experience in government or diplomacy and soon ran afoul of both his agency and Trump, particularly after reports emerged that Tillerson had called the president a “moron” following a cabinet meeting.

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is the latest to leave the Trump administration

The turnover in the Trump administration continues.

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