An anonymous Trump fan from the alt-right Twitterverse tried to attack Stormy Daniels, President Trump’s porn star mistress who his lawyers are desperately trying to silence. The term “Freudian slip,” however, doesn’t begin to describe this epic fail.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, alleges that the two engaged in an intimate affair – an extramarital one for Trump – for nearly a year back in 2006. The affair was initiated at a celebrity golf tournament the two were participating in, just months after Trump’s wife and current First Lady, Melania, gave birth to their son, Barron.
In addition to the legal battle she’s waging with Trump’s lawyers, who are using ever trick in the book to keep her from speaking publicly about their relationship, she’s also engaging the armies of Pro-Trump Twitter trolls that have infested her account in recent weeks.
One that goes by the handle @JDnCokeInnit recently decided to attack her in the most vile tone and language imaginable, only he made one curious slip of the fingers… or did he?
I actually took a screenshot of my favorite troll a couple days ago. I laughed so hard I couldn't even respond. When someone can't even insult you correctly ( you're all welcome. Enjoy) pic.twitter.com/KcTGns82xw
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) March 9, 2018
The apparent unforced error contrasting Ivanka Trump and Daniels is especially ironic given that Trump allegedly told Daniels during their affair that she reminded him of his daughter.
The tweet, though, shows that even Trump’s die-hard fans are in full scale panic mode now that it appears that there’s some truth to the rumor they’ve ignored for almost a year and a half.
Daniels was prepared to tell her story during the campaign when women began coming forward to accuse Trump of harassment and assault following the release of the infamous Access Hollywood tape. But we know now that Trump’s Lawyer, Michael Cohen, quietly paid her over $130,000 in hush money and coerced her into signing a non-disclosure agreement, effectively killing the rumor.
After falling off the radar following Trump’s election, the affair with Daniels exploded back into the news in January of this year when the Wall Street Journal obtained proof of Cohen’s payment to Daniels.
Weeks of a botched damage control effort from Trump’s legal team and friends in the right wing media culminated Wednesday when Daniels sued Trump to get out of the non disclosure agreement. That put the White House in the awkward position of essentially confirming that the non disclosure agreement exists.
As comical and ultimately inconsequential to the country that this story is, it would some how be perfectly poetic if a porn star ends up taking down this president.