Saturday, January 20, 2018

Trump Likes Spankings, Hates Sharks and 14 More Wild/Weird/Gross Revelations From Stormy Daniels

Trump Likes Spankings, Hates Sharks and 14 More Wild/Weird/Gross Revelations From Stormy Daniels

Celebrity      By TooFab Staff | January 19, 2018 
At least the president can brag that the porn star said the alleged sex "wasn't bad."

Despite a purported $130,000 settlement to keep Stormy Daniels quiet, her story about an alleged affair with Donald Trump came out on Friday, anyway.

That's because she was interviewed extensively by InTouch magazine about her alleged sexual relationship with the president back in 2011, three years before she signed the agreement.

After the settlement story broke, other details began to emerge from other sources, including an email exchange between two political consultants from the time Daniels was considering a Senate run, as reported by Mother Jones.

The following details all come from Daniels' 2011 interview. Trump has denied her account through his attorney.

Shocker : He Was Arrogant
Trump allegedly spent much of that first "date" boasting about his appearance on the cover of a magazine.

"He kept showing it to me and I was like, 'Dude, I know who you are,'" she recalled. "The first time I met him, the first couple of hours, he was very full of himself, like he was trying to impress me or something. But I do remember he just kept talking about this magazine that he was on the cover of, like, 'Look at this magazine, don’t I look great on the cover?'"

She Didn't Like Him 
Of course, Daniels knew who Donald Trump was, but that doesn't mean she liked him, though she did find him interesting.

"Whether you're a fan of his or not, which I never really was, you gotta admit he’s pretty fascinating," she said. "That’s one of the best things about my job. I’ve had the opportunity to really talk to and meet some really fascinating, weird people."

When asked if she was attracted to him, her response was, "Would you be?"

She Made Fun of Him
Even though it was their first "date," as it were, Daniels didn't hesitate to make fun of Trump. She expected to go out to dinner, but he had other ideas.

"I remember taking a jab at him," she said. "I remember saying, because he was all sprawled out on the couch, watching television or something. He was wearing pajama pants, and I was like, 'Ha, does Mr. Hefner know that you stole his outfit?' I was actually really mean to him."

She LOL at His Superstitious Reason for That Famous Hair
Honestly, if given the opportunity to have some private time to chat with Trump, we'd probably want to know what's up with that hair, too. "Everybody wants to give me a makeover and I’ve been offered all this money and all these free treatments," Stormy said Trump told her.

So why wouldn't he change his look? "He said that he thought that if he cut his hair or changed it, that he would lose his power and his wealth," Daniels said. "And I laughed hysterically at him."

He Hates Sharks 
Perhaps the oddest detail Daniels provided was Trump's obsession with and hatred of sharks.

"He is obsessed with sharks. Terrified of sharks," she said. "He was like, 'I donate to all these charities and I would never donate to any charity that helps sharks. I hope all the sharks die.' He was like riveted. He was like obsessed."

The Sex Wasn't Terrible 
She claimed that their entire sexual encounter was in one position, but "what would you expect someone his age to do."

She described it as "textbook generic."

"It wasn’t like, 'Oh my God, I love you.' He wasn’t like Fabio or anything. He wasn’t trying to have, like, porn sex..." she said, but did add, "It wasn’t bad. Don’t get me wrong."

He Wanted  to Be Spanked
We apologize for putting this mental picture in your head, but...

"He had her spank him with a Forbes magazine," one of the political consultants Daniels talked to about her potential Senate run wrote in an email to another consultant.

He told Mother Jones that Daniels told him the magazine had Trump's face on the cover (Trump did appear in a fall 2006 issue of the magazine). Was this the same magazine Daniels said he was showing her the night they first hooked up?

He Gave Her a Pet Name
Trump allegedly dubbed Daniels "Honeybunch," calling her by the name regularly. His other attempts at compliments were hit-and-miss.

"He kept rubbing my leg and was like, 'You know, you’re so beautiful. I love your little nose, it’s like a little beet,'" Daniels recalled. "I go, 'Did you say a beet? Like, what the f-ck?'"

She Can Describe His Penis 
It kind of came up in the middle of a discussion about the experience of sleeping with Trump, but Daniels totally slipped in the phrase, "I can definitely describe his junk perfectly, if I ever have to."

With Trump denying their relationship entirely, that's an interesting factoid to hang onto.

She  Was Worried He'd Try to Pay Her for Sex
"I actually don’t even know why I did it but I do remember while we were having sex, I was like, 'Please don’t try to pay me,'" Daniels said. "I remember thinking, 'I hope he doesn’t think I’m a hooker.'"

She said that Trump didn't pay her, but he did promise her many things that ultimately never materialized.

They Didn't Use Protection
Daniels said that because she is allergic to latex, she is hyper-aware of the times when she does and doesn't use protection. Because she thought they were going out to dinner, she didn't expect to have sex and so she hadn't brought a condom she could use.

"I was really kind of upset about it because I am so, like, careful," she said.

She Autographed a Porn DVD for Him
Somewhere in the Trump collection of memorabilia -- unless it's been trashed -- is apparently a DVD featuring Stormy Daniels that is autographed and signed to him.

"He had one of my DVDs and he asked me to sign it for him and I did," Daniels said. "It was probably in one of his gift bags that he picked up because we were giving them out. I remember, it was, and I remember I signed it to him."

He Compared Her to His Daughter 
It was in a separate part of the interview from talk of their sexual encounter that Daniels alleged that Trump compared her to his daughter, presumably Ivanka.

"He bragged about his daughter quite a bit though," she said. "He was very proud of her, which is nice. He told me once that I was someone to be reckoned with, beautiful and smart just like his daughter. She is smart and beautiful, so I guess that’s a compliment. But as far as family, that’s all he ever said."

She Never Had His Phone Number
According to Daniels, Trump allegedly contacted her roughly every 10 days, but always did so through blocked numbers. It went on for more than a year, but he never gave her his number.

"I had Keith, his bodyguard’s number," she recalled. "He gave me his secretary’s number, Rhona, which is his direct office line. Anytime I needed to get ahold of him, he always took my call or called me back within 10 minutes if he was on another call or wasn’t there."

He Promised Her  'The Apprentice'
Daniels alleged that Trump promised he could get her on his NBC reality show for a solid year, but she was doubtful the network would ever agree to a porn star. His pitch, though, could use some work.

"You know what? You’re really smart. You’re not dumb," Daniels said he told her. "People would think you’re just this idiot with blond hair and big boobs. You would be perfect for it because you’re such a smart businesswoman. You write and you direct and you produce and obviously you’re hot and you’re beautiful."

Daniels remained skeptical, and ultimately, Trump admitted he couldn't make it happen.

He Promised Her a Condo in Tampa 
When Trump found out that Daniels was planning a move to Tampa, as he was trying to book her for "The Apprentice," he promised to hook her up.

"He told me he was going to give me a condo there because they were building a Trump Tower there," she said. "I was like, 'You are not going to give me a condo.'"

And, she says, he never did.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Melania Trump Divorce: As New Evidence Of Affair With Stormy Daniels Emerges, Rumors Of Expensive Split Grow

                                   Malania  & Donald Trump
                         Stephanie Clifford   AKA  Stormy Daniels
News - January 15, 2018
A divorce between Donald and Melania could involve tens of millions of dollars, divorce experts predict.

Melania Trump was rumored to be planning to divorce Donald Trump late in 2016 but called off those plans after he surprisingly won the presidential election, but now there are increasing rumors that the split could be back on amid reports that Trump slept with adult film star Stormy Daniels and then paid her $130,000 in hush money.

The report of Trump’s alleged affair was published Friday in the Wall Street Journal. A report claimed that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen arranged a $130,000 payment to Daniels in exchange for her silence about a 2006 encounter she and Trump had at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe. The alleged affair came just a year after Trump was married to Melania, and a few months after she gave birth to their first child, Barron.

Though Cohen vehemently denied any payout and said there was no encounter between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels, other evidence of the affair has emerged including an account from fellow adult film star Alana Evans who said that Daniels shared details of her encounter with Trump, the Daily Beast reported.

The reports have revived rumors that Melania Trump could be seeking a divorce from Donald in the near future. Several recalled the previous reports that Melania had divorce papers ready to go and changed her plans once Donald won the election, as Opposing Views had reported.

Porn Star: Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels Invited Me to Their Hotel Room
“I ended up with Donald in his hotel room. Picture him chasing me around his hotel room in his tighty-whities,” Stormy Daniels told fellow porn star Alana Evans.
Witchy sez :
If looks could kill ... it would be goodby   tRUMP... HeHe

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

A third of voters give President Trump 'F' on first-year report card

Veuer       AARON DICKENS    Jan 16th 2018 
What letter grade would you give President Trump for his first year in office?

A new poll breaks it down. According to the Morning Consult-Politico Survey, 35 percent of voters gave him an F.

Still he got a good score from many Americans. Thirty-four percent gave him either an A or B. 

If you added Republicans in, the president would have a much higher average. Seventy-two percent handed him a B grade or higher. 

But if you asked the Democrats, their view is not so good -- 79 percent gave him a D or F.
Forty-two percent of respondents gave Trump a high rating on the economy and job creation. Still, his overall *approval rating is still slumping -- 39 percent according to Real Clear Politics. 


Donald J. Trump

@realDonaldTrump
The "Intelligence" briefing on so-called "Russian hacking" was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!

Monday, January 15, 2018

Kevin Spacey reportedly accused of racism on ‘House of Cards’ set

Kevin Spacey allegedly ignored black security personnel on the set of “House of Cards.” (DAVID GIESBRECHT / NETFLIX)
BY      KATE FELDMAN    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS       Monday, January 15, 2018
Amid a wave of sexual assault accusations, Kevin Spacey faces a new claim of racism on set of “House of Cards.”

During filming of the first season of the presidential Netflix drama, Spacey allegedly used the N-word when he told his personal security manager that he didn’t want black security personnel watching the show trailer, Earl Blue, the head of VIP Protective Services, told the Daily Mail.

The show, an adaptation of the 1990 BBC miniseries of the same name, began filming in 2012 and premiered on the streaming service in February 2013.

Blue claims that he complained to set managers about Spacey, who responded that “that’s just the way he is.”

Attempts to contact Spacey’s lawyer were not successful.

Blue also claims that VIP Protective Services’ $1.1 million contract was not renewed, despite praise from producers.

While he did not provide proof that the contract lapsed because of Spacey, he told the Daily Mail that he intends to sue the actor for loss of income.

Eric Lyles, Blue’s employee, also claimed that Spacey refused to shake the hands of any black security guards on set.

The actor has since been fired from the Netflix drama after allegations of sexual misconduct. (DANIEL ZUCHNIK/WIREIMAGE)
Netflix did not immediately return a request for contact.

Calls to Lyles and Blue were also unanswered.

Spacey was fired from “House of Cards,” in which he played President Frank Underwood, in early November, less than a week after Anthony Rapp accused him of an unwanted sexual advance in 1986. Rapp was 14 at the time.

The show is expected resume production soon, with Robin Wright as the sole lead.

Since Rapp’s initial accusation, more than a dozen more men have come forward with similar claims against the Academy Award winner.


Spacey was also fired from Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” and replaced by Christopher Plummer.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Top Democrat: Trump's 's---hole countries' comment reveals he really wants the US to be a 'white society'

Business Insider       ALLAN SMITH
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said President Donald Trump's "shithole countries" comment is proof he wants the US to be a "white society."
"If the president can’t control himself and lead this country with the authority, dignity and leadership it requires, then he shouldn’t be the president," she said in a Friday statement.
"There’s no room for racism in the Oval Office."
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said in a Friday statement that President Donald Trump's comment referring to what he perceived to be "shithole countries" revealed that he would prefer to see the US be a "homogeneous, white society."

The comments, which Trump seemed to deny but Democratic and Republican senators have confirmed, have sparked an international firestorm since The Washington Post first reported on them Thursday. The Post reported that Trump asked why the US accepts immigrants from "shithole countries," such as Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations during an Oval Office meeting with lawmakers earlier in the day.

"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" Trump said.  

Trump added that the US should instead accept more immigrants from countries such as Norway, whose prime minister he had met the previous day.

"The president’s expressed desire to see more immigrants from countries like Norway must be called out for what it is: an effort to set this country back generations by promoting a homogeneous, white society," Feinstein said. "The president’s words make the jobs of Americans stationed all over the world harder — soldiers, diplomats and businesses. Hate crimes against Muslims, Jews, LGBT individuals and other minorities have increased over the past two years. White nationalism, which led to the death of a peaceful protester in August, is on the rise."

"We all need to stop pretending that there are no consequences when the most powerful person in the world espouses racist views and gives a wink and a nod to the darkest elements in our society," she added. "If the president can’t control himself and lead this country with the authority, dignity and leadership it requires, then he shouldn’t be the president. There’s no room for racism in the Oval Office."

Earlier on Friday, Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, who was in the Thursday Oval Office meeting, said Trump made the "hate-filled, vile, and racist" remarks that were reported.

"You've seen the comments in the press — I have not read one of them that's inaccurate," he said. To no surprise, the president started tweeting this morning denying that he using those words. It is not true. He said these hate-filled things, and he said them repeatedly."

The group of bipartisan lawmakers were negotiating immigration legislation with the hope of resolving the fate of young immigrants protected from deportation by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which the administration is phasing out. Earlier this week, the administration announced it would end Temporary Protected Status for 200,000 Salvadorans, 45,000 Haitians, and 2,500 Nicaraguans.

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, also in the meeting, confirmed Trump's comments to fellow South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott, who told The Post & Courier that the remarks which were reported were "basically accurate," according to Graham.

Trump sought to knock down the onslaught of negative attention in a series of Friday tweets. Trump said he used "tough" language in the meeting but suggested the vulgar remark reported was "not the language used."

Republican Sens. David Perdue of Georgia and Tom Cotton of Arkansas, both close allies of Trump, said in a statement that they did "not recall" Trump making the remark during the Thursday meeting.

Earlier this week, Trump went after Feinstein for unilaterally releasing an interview transcript from Fusion GPS's testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, on which Feinstein is the top Democrat. Fusion GPS is the firm that commissioned the dossier containing allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.

"The fact that Sneaky Dianne Feinstein, who has on numerous occasions stated that collusion between Trump/Russia has not been found, would release testimony in such an underhanded and possibly illegal way, totally without authorization, is a disgrace," he tweeted. "Must have tough Primary!"

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Trump says fairer deal might coax US back into the Paris climate accord

  Thomson Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Wednesday his primary concern with the Paris climate accord was that it treated the United States unfairly and that if a better deal could be reached, Washington might be persuaded to rejoin the agreement.

"It treated the United States very unfairly," Trump said during a news conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

He said he had no problem with agreeing to a climate deal but the Paris accord was "a bad deal. So we could conceivably go back in."