MSNBC’s O’Donnell: The Two People Who Trump Fears Most Are Putin, Stormy Daniels
O'DONNELL: "The two people who the president of the United States seems to fear the most are Vladimir Putin and stormy Daniels. And it may be that Stormy Daniels is one of the reasons that Donald Trump fears Vladimir Putin so much if Putin’s agents have been searching for information with which to blackmail Donald Trump for some years now, there would be no reason to limit their interest to what Donald Trump might or might not have done in Moscow hotel rooms. So it may be that Vladimir Putin knew much more about stormy Daniels and Donald Trump and before we did. Tonight we know a lot more thanks to stormy Daniels’s lawsuit against Donald J. Trump, aka David Denison and that is how the lawsuit reads and that has Donald Trump and his lawyers all the more worried. NBC news reported today Michael Cohen is trying to silence adult film star stormy da obtaining a secretary restraining order and warning she faces penalties if she discusses her relationship with the president. Stormy Daniels is suing to void an agreement. An agreement she signed to present her from ever revealing any information about her relationship and Donald Trump. She signed that agreement 11 days before the election in 2016. In 2011, she gave an interview to in touch weekly which they did not then publish in which she described some of the details of having sex with Donald Trump in lake tahoe that occurred a few weeks after Milan natrump gave birth to their son. She said she asked him about his wife and she said, oh, don’t worry about her. She also said this, the sex was nothing crazy. He wasn’t like chain me to a bed or anything. It was one position. I can definitely describe his junk perfectly if I have to. He seemed submiten after that, he was like I want to see you again, when can I see you again. Stormy Daniels’s lawsuit claims that her confidentiality agreement has been breached by Michael Cohen when Cohen told the “New York Times” in a private transaction in 2016 I used my own personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. Stephanie Clifford, beneathter trump organization or the Trump campaign was party to the transaction and neither reimbursed me for the claim. They also say it’s void because President Trump never signed it in the space for the signature of David Denison."