Trump just tried to silence Stormy Daniels with a shady trick. Her lawyer’s response is epic


President Trump’s porn star mistress scandal was given new life on Tuesday night when it was revealed that Donald Trump had failed to sign the non-disclosure agreement he had arranged to conceal his affair with adult actress Stormy Daniels, rendering it null and voice.

While the President had hoped that the story would die down after being plastered on headlines across the nation, it has returned to haunt him in a show of hilarious poetic justice, seeing as Donald is notorious for reneging on his deals and cheating the people who have worked for him throughout his entire business career.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tried to defend the President this morning by arguing that “the president has denied the allegations against him, and again, this case has already been won in arbitration.”

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She did not elaborate on what that might mean.

Later in the day, the New York Times revealed that the President’s lawyer has filed a restraining order against Stormy Daniels in an effort to silence her.

In response, the lawyer for Daniels fired back that he didn’t consider the restraining order to be valid and the lawsuit was going to proceed as usual in a public court – and added on a sharp jab directed at one of the President’s most infamous weak spots.


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If the allegations are all false, as the President claims they are, why is he going to such outrageous lengths in order to silence Daniels and brush the scandal under the rug?

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Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.