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When it comes to the alleged affair between presidential candidate Donald Trump and porn star Stormy Daniels, the media has tried its best to get in the way, in the process making an already complicated story even more so.
For weeks, President Donald Trump and his surrogates have claimed that it was the “dirty” former adult-film actor who leaked the story to the media about the alleged $130,000 payment made to him by the “Missus.” But the media has given no credence to the president’s assertion while they have, on the contrary, focused on the alleged affair to be between Trump and Daniels, despite it being one that did not involve sex, and in which Trump is alleged to have used the threat of litigation to force her to stay quiet.
It has also been well documented by the media that Trump had a relationship with porn star Stormy Daniels during the 2012 campaign, and the president told ABC News last week that he had “no idea” whether the White House had the receipt for the payment made to him by Daniels.
In his statement to ABC, Trump said, “Some have speculated that I settled the issue with Ms. Daniels. But did I? No, I did not settle the issue.”
In a tweet on Tuesday, Trump followed up with a tweet that questioned if the media had uncovered that Daniels had actually signed a contract before last year’s election, or if she was just pretending to have signed a piece of paper.
The president’s claims that he did not settle the issue with Daniels, as a point in his statement on August 21 that he did not want to talk about her, drew the ire of many in the media who pointed out that there was an actual contract between Trump and Daniels.
But according to a report from CNN, it�