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Porn star Stormy Daniels says she was threatened to keep silence on Trump: TV interview

From Reuters - March 26, 2018

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An adult-film actress who claims she had sex with Donald Trump before he was president said on Sunday she had been threatened in 2011 while in a parking lot with her infant daughter to discourage her from discussing the relationship.

Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, told CBS News 60 Minutes that she was on her way to a fitness class with her child when an unknown man approached her, according to a transcript of the interview released on Sunday.

And a guy walked up on me and said to me, Leave Trump alone. Forget the story. And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said, Thats a beautiful little girl. Itd be a shame if something happened to her mom. And then he was gone, Daniels said.

Daniels sued the president on March 6, stating Trump never signed an agreement for her to keep quiet about an intimate relationship between them.

White House aides did not respond immediately to requests for comment after the interview aired.

Trump did not respond to reporters shouted questions about whether he would watch the interview when he returned to the White House from Florida on Sunday evening.

Daniels appearance represented back-to-back trouble for Trump after an interview broadcast last week on CNN with former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who described a 10-month-long affair with Trump starting in 2006.

Trump would have been married to his wife, Melania, during both the alleged extramarital relationships. The first lady accompanied him this weekend to his Florida golf club. A White House spokeswoman said Melania stayed behind, as is her custom during their sons school holiday.

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Daniels told 60 Minutes she and Trump had had sexual relations only once, but that she had seen him on other occasions and he had kept in touch with her.

She said she was not attracted to Trump, who was 60 at the time. Daniels was 27 in 2006.

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