The President of the United States, former reality star and businessman Donald Trump, has had a shaky start to 2018. But given that he once described women as being “far more aggressive” than men and bragged about “grabbing them by the p***y”, perhaps it’s karma.

Trump’s year has been rocked by the scandalous allegation from adult movie star Stormy Daniels that she had an affair with him in 2006. It was made in January when The Wall Street Journal reported that she had been paid $130,000 in hush money by the president.

This was supported by a previously unpublished 2011 interview with In Touch Weekly where Daniels opened up about their affair in all its sordid detail. It was never published at the time because Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, threatened the magazine with legal action.

However, this kinky skeleton from Trump’s closest has now been unveiled. Daniels has retracted her claim from January that the affair did not happen in an interview with 60 Minutes and opened up about what it was like to have “bad sex” with the “ugly” president.

In the video below, she reveals how the president’s team threatened her with violence in 2011: 

In addition to Daniels’ claim that she was threatened by Trump’s team with violence after they got wind of her opening up about the affair in 2011, she has explained exactly what sex with the president involved, explaining how she spanked him with a copy of Time magazine.

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In opening up about the affair, Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, could be putting herself at risk of a $20 million lawsuit with the president after she signed a non-disclosure agreement for the $130,000 which she claims was paid into her account by Michael Cohen in 2016.

The non-disclosure agreement, however, was not personally signed by Trump, something which Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, claims makes it void. According to Cohen, the money was paid to Daniels, not for her silence, but as a private transaction unrelated to the election.

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“In a private transaction in 2016, I used my own personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. Stephanie Clifford. Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly. The payment to Ms. Clifford was lawful, and was not a campaign contribution or a campaign expenditure by anyone.”

Yeah, we believe you Cohen, but millions literally wouldn’t…

If Daniels’ claim that the money was for her silence about the affair is true, then it could have serious implications for the Trump administration as making payments of this size to potentially influence the outcome of an election violates campaign finance laws.