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Trump Mocks Stormy Daniels’ Police Sketch In An Early Morning Rage-Tweet

Early Wednesday morning, Donald Trump tweeted a dismissal of adult film star Stormy Daniels’ police sketch of the Trump goon she says threatened her life some twelve years ago over her alleged affair with the now-president. What a sentence!

Trump retweeted an image an image from Twitter account @ShennaFoxMusic, who goes by ‘Deplorably Scottish,’ suggesting that Daniels had been lying about the threat. Shenna Fox— whose Twitter bio reads : ” ?% Scottish. Born, Bred, Residing. Support @realDonaldTrump but ma no.1 gotta be cool Keith Schiller”— and certainly raises more questions that it answers, posited that the sketch is actually of Stormy’s ex-husband fellow adult film star Glendon Crain.

Trump commented, in his retweet of the side-by-side image, “A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News Media for Fools (but they know it)!”

Let’s reiterate. The President Of The United States alleges that a porn star with whom he almost certainly had an affair in 2006 is fabricating a story that her life was threatened because she talked about their relationship.

What this means is that Trump— who has absolutely no way of knowing whether or not Daniels was harassed in a Las Vegas parking lot— is using his massive presidential social media platform to suggest that a woman is lying about being threatened. Again: The United States President is using Twitter to discredit a woman’s harassment claim without any evidence at all to the contrary.

Least surprising of all, nobody is surprised.

Why would Trump 5 AM rage-retweet that Stormy Daniels is a liar? Probably because it is not almost public knowledge that his longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 in hush money during the 2016 campaign. The lady doth protest too much, no?

Stormy Daniels is currently in the midst of a lawsuit against Trump aiming to void a nondisclosure agreement she alleges was signed days before the 2016 election.

Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti recently increased the reward amount leading to the man’s identification from $100,000 to $131,000, perhaps a reference to the $130,000 Cohen paid Daniels for her silence.

h/t CNN