The Stormy Daniels interview has officially concluded, and, it was just as interesting as one might expect. Armed with evidence; postal packages, and more — Stormy and her lawyer Michael held no bar when confronted over the authenticity of their claims. But, it wasn’t the general claims that are catching attention online.
It’s the fact that Trump supporters (and quite possibly Trump ‘s own lawyer) knowingly threatened Stormy several times over the years (first beginning in 2011). At one point, also believed to be before that time, Stormy was “threatened in the parking lot of a Las Vegas exercise class to stay away from Trump or else”. That threat, perhaps, still terrifies her today.
Meanwhile, it has also come to light just how and when she got her hands on the alleged NDA that Trump never signed. Documents shown on 60 Minutes confirmed that the NDA was handed down exactly 16 days before the election, along, with the now controversial $130,000 payment from Michael Cohen.
A payment that he previously confirmed to both Vanity Fair & The New York Times that he was “not reimbursed for by the Trump campaign or Trump himself and did such out of his own financial means”. A feat, that, may just come out to likely cost Trump his time as President of the United States. Largely considered hush money, it appears, that Trump and his lawyer indeed ran amuck of campaign finance laws.
Laws that are indeed partially impeachable offenses under United States law, apart, from the fact that the legal counsel to the President has allegedly been issuing threats of violence of his own.