Porn vixen Stormy Daniels put up a coy front in her first national TV interview about her alleged tryst with Donald Trump. YOU CAN TOO!'. Daniels, who is cashing in on her presidential romance, performs strip teases with images of Donald Trump flashing in the background. She said, "I can definitely describe his junk perfectly, if I ever have to".
And although Trump is alleged to have paid her for her silence, her antics won fans for him, with one saying 'I'm proud of our pimp-ass president'.
The Daniels' story reared its head again once Trump was running for president.
In her In Touch interview, Daniels said that the sex with Trump wasn't anything insane and that they had done it in one position.
Her spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham didn't mention porn star Stormy Daniels.
Daniels said that Trump deflected questions about his wife, the future first lady, despite the fact that she was at home with an infant son while he was making publicity appearances. Daniels was planning to go public in the weeks ahead of Election Day in 2016 but very suddenly decided against doing so.
Last week, In Touch, the celebrity magazine, posted an extensive transcript from a 2011 interview it said Daniels gave them.
'I'm gonna show up, I'm gonna say 'I do, ' and I'm gonna be a very good husband for a change, ' he told Bush, adding that he would 'come home more.' Before promising Bush 'No dating'.
Officials with Trump's campaign committee did not respond to requests for comment Monday, while Cohen rejected the allegations in the complaints.
Jerome Powell to take over Janet Yellen as Fed's chairman
He is widely seen as a safe pair of hands and someone who backs low interest rates, though some fear he could face interference. Powell, president Trump's nominee, will become the 16th chairman of the Federal Reserve with a vote of (84-13).
11 nations reach TPP trade deal
But, an even greater concern is the impact that TPP II will have on NAFTA negotiations dealing with the auto sector. But a major labour union and a group representing auto parts manufacturers said the deal would cause job losses.