‘Let’s Party’ — Trump Tried to Cheat With Two P*rn Stars. Will First Lady Move Out?
“Donald Trump chasing me around the bedroom in his tighty whities isn’t something that you ever forget.”
During saner and simpler times, reports of the President of the United States paying hush money to an adult movie star in order to remain silent about an extramarital affair would likely dominate the news cycle for weeks, if not months. In fact, if you’re old enough to remember seeing Titanic in the movie theater, you probably recall just how messy the mixture of sexual escapades and presidential politics can get. But the recent revelations that President Donald Trump paid pornographic movie star Stormy Daniels six figures to remain silent about a sexual encounter has struggled to compete for oxygen against the president’s racially charged descriptions of Haiti and Africa, or the ongoing Russia probe. A corroborating witness, however, spoke publicly this morning to NBC’s Megyn Kelly in a bombshell interview that just might push the humiliating story above the proverbial fold.
Alana Evans — a friend of Daniels — previously told the Daily Beast that she was urged by Trump to “party” with the future president and the porn star during the 2006 American Century Golf Classic near Lake Tahoe, NV:
“Stormy calls me four or five times, by the last two phone calls she’s with Donald [Trump] and I can hear him, and he’s talking through the phone to me saying, ‘Oh come on Alana, let’s have some fun! Let’s have some fun! Come to the party, we’re waiting for you.’ And I was like, ‘OMG it’s Donald Trump!’ Men like him scare me because they have so much power and this was way before his presidential nomination. So I bailed on them and turned my phone off.”
This morning on Megyn Kelly Today, Evans further described her conversation with Daniels the next morning.
I called because I disappeared on her (Daniels) the night before and I felt bad, of course. So I called and apologized for disappearing because it wasn’t like I told them I wasn’t coming, I literally just turned off my phone, and asked how it went.
Evans then attempts to hide her laughter, apologizes and then says “the visual that I get has stuck with me for this entire time”, before continuing her recap of the phone conversation:
Having her tell me the next day when I asked ‘how did it go?’ and she says ‘Well, picture this: Donald Trump chasing me around the bedroom in his tighty-whiteys isn’t something that you ever forget'”
Once again, this isn’t the mid-to-late-nineties anymore. In more ways than one can list, Donald Trump has completely redefined what Americans expect from their president. But while the so-called religious right has continually looked the other way while avalanches of details about Trump’s personal life came to light, will they be able to dismiss the knowledge that he was engaging in hanky-panky with a porn star just four months after his third wife Melania gave birth to their son Barron?
Sadly, they likely will. But what about Melania Trump herself? Will we soon see America’s First Lady become the President’s ex-wife? Time will tell.
Excerpt from Megyn Kelly’s interview with Alana Evans here:
“Come hang out with us. Come have fun. Let’s party”- Alana Evans, friend of former adult-film star Stormy Daniels, says Stormy confided in her about a sexual encounter she had with President Trump in 2006. #MegynTODAY pic.twitter.com/KKERSDoy4f
— Megyn Kelly TODAY (@MegynTODAY) January 16, 2018
For the full interview, visit Megyn Kelly Today’s homepage.
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