A Florida radio personality recently told his listeners that adult film star Stormy Daniels discussed her alleged affair with President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out "subversion" at VA MORE during a 2007 appearance on his program, CNN reports.
Daniels wants to return the money that effectively suppressed her, and began to share with the media details about their alleged affair.
Clem told listeners Friday that the first name on the list was Trump, though the president's name is never mentioned on air, according to audio obtained by CNN.
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Keith Munyan, a 56-year-old photographer who is one of the four people included in her NDA, spoke to the Washington Post and says that she would routinely put Trump on speaker phone and that would drone on for hours about mindless drivel. Meanwhile, CNN notes that the 60 Minutes interview that Stormy allegedly taped could potentially air on Sunday. The statement is an admission that the nondisclosure agreement exists and that it directly involves Trump. Trump has denied he had an affair with Clifford.
Trump's attorney, Michael Cohen, has not immediately returned messages for comment.
Clifford could be subjected to a $1 million penalty if she broke the nondisclosure agreement she signed. Neither Cohen, nor his lawyer Lawrence Rosen responded to a request for comment. Reportedly, the two were involved in a secretive tryst, but Trump did not want news of his sexual exploits to eclipse his chances at becoming the nation's next Commander in Chief.
"The president has addressed these directly and made very well clear that none of these allegations are true", press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during a White House briefing on March 6.