Stormy Daniels Responds to Trump’s “Confession”

In an interesting twist of events, Donald Trump took to Truth Social to defend his actions regarding Stormy Daniels. In doing so, he admitted to actions he has repeatedly denied over the years. This “confession” sparked a reply from Stormy Daniels, herself on Twitter.

The Post

As a Grand Jury convened to decide whether criminal charges are warranted regarding hush money Trump allegedly paid Daniels, Trump posted:

“With respect to the “Stormy” nonsense, it is VERY OLD & happened a long time ago,” Trump said on his social media site. ” long past the very publicly known & accepted Statute of Limitations. I placed full Reliance on the JUDGEMENT & ADVICE OF COUNCIL, who I had every reason to believe had a license to practice law, was competent, & was able to appropriately provide solid legal services. He came from a good law firm, represented other clients over the years, & there was NO reason not to rely on him, and I did.”

Stormy Responds

Stormy Daniels took to Twitter to respond, “Thanks for just admitting that I was telling the truth about EVERYTHING.  Guess I’ll take my “horse face” back to bed now, Mr. former “president”. Btw, that’s the correct way to use quotation marks.”

Quick Reversal

Just yesterday, Trump posted, “With murders and violent crime surging like never before in New York City, the Radical Left Manhattan D.A., Alvin Bragg, just leaked to the Fake News Media that they are still going after the Stormy ‘Horseface’ Daniels Bull….! Working closely with the Weaponized Justice Department, this is a continuation of the Greatest Witch Hunt of all time. They long ago missed the Statute of Limitations, & I recently won big money against ‘Stormy’ in the 9th Circuit – NEVER HAD AN AFFAIR. This is old news!”

Trump’s admission of guilt may not mean anything in a court of law, but the court of public opinion has deemed him guilty with this new admission.

We will see how this plays out in the court of law.


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