Pillow Talk: Trump told PORN STAR she’s Beautiful just like his Daughter Ivanka

Porn star Stormy Daniels revealed how after sex with Trump, he showered her with compliments and told her she was beautiful just like his favorite daughter Ivanka. Also, they did not use protection.

“He told me once that I was someone to be reckoned with, beautiful, smart, just like his daughter,” Stormy Daniels said. She also revealed that Trump had a nick name for her- “honeybunch”.

Trump also asked for her autograph, making her sign a copy of her DVD pornographic film 3 Wishes according to a report that appeared in The Daily Beast and the original story in InStyle Magazine.

Stormy Daniels described sex with Trump as “pretty generic”, adding that, “what would you expect someone of his age to do?”

Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen who paid $130,000 to the porn star just before the election in what many say was “hush money” denies that Trump never had sexual intercourse with the porn star. He however does not explain what the $130,000 payment to the porn star was and does not deny making the payment because there is a possibility of a paper trail left by the huge financial transaction.

“A President’s lawyer making a payment of $130,000 doesn’t make sense. There’s definitely a paper trail left behind with such a huge sum of money and if possible. If Trump’s lawyer wants to deny it, then we can have the courts sub poena Stormy Daniels’ bank records. Well, unless they want to claim Trump was buying DVDs of the porn star but no one would buy that,” said Jeffrey Edwards, an ethics lawyer based in Washington DC.

Trump also seduced the porn star by promising to get her a position on the Apprentice TV show and also buy her a house in Florida. While she believed he could give her a position on the Apprentice, she said she did not believe his promise of buying her a house in Florida.

Stormy Daniels is a prolific porn star who has appeared in over 300 hard core pornographic films over the years.

The White House is expected to describe the story as “fake news”.