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Adult film actress Stormy Daniels describes 2006 sexual liaison with Trump

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Adult film actress Stormy Daniels came face to face with former U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday, graphically telling jurors at his New York trial that she had an unwanted 2006 sexual encounter with him and then was paid $130,000 to stay quiet about it ahead of Trump’s successful run for the presidency in 2016.

Daniels testified for hours about how she met Trump at a Lake Tahoe celebrity golf tournament in Nevada, how he invited her to dinner in his hotel suite, how she found him “rude and arrogant,” how they discussed a possible appearance for her on his reality show, "The Apprentice," and then ended up in bed for a brief liaison that Trump denies ever occurred.

Trump's defense lawyer Todd Blanche sought a mistrial after her at-times lurid testimony. But New York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan, while saying some of her account "may have been better left unsaid," denied the request.

Hours after testimony ended for the day, a trial transcript showed that Merchan in a midday bench conference told Blanche that Trump was "cursing audibly" during Daniels' testimony and possibly intimidating her.

"I understand that your client is upset at this point," Merchan told the defense attorney, "but he is cursing audibly, and he is shaking his head visually, and that's contemptuous. It has the potential to intimidate the witness, and the jury can see that."

Blanche assured the judge he would speak to Trump to get him to stop making comments from the defense table.

Later, during a testy cross-examination, Susan Necheles, another Trump defense attorney, asked Daniels, "Am I correct that you hate President Trump?"

Daniels responded, “Yes,” followed by Necheles asking, “And you want him to go to jail?”

“I want him to be held accountable,” Daniels responded.

Her testimony was a pivotal point in New York prosecutors’ 34-count indictment accusing Trump of falsifying business records at his Trump Organization real estate conglomerate to hide a $130,000 reimbursement to his erstwhile lawyer and political fixer Michael Cohen.Cohen paid the $130,000 to Daniels to silence her claim of sex with Trump, which Trump allegedly sought to keep from voters just days ahead of the election eight years ago. After paying her lawyer, Daniels said she ended up with $96,000.

Daniels was not asked about any of the allegedly falsified business records but was extensively questioned by prosecutor Susan Hoffinger and Necheles about her initial 2006 contact with Trump and every related thing that’s occurred since then.

Daniels took the witness stand a short distance from Trump, apparently their first encounter since 2007 when she visited him at his Trump Tower business office in New York and he introduced her to the people who happened to be there.

She said they had numerous phone conversations after her claimed 2006 sexual encounter with him at the golf resort, when she was 27 and he 60, but never again sex.Necheles accused Daniels of seeking to extort Trump through the hush money deal.

“False,” Daniels retorted.

“That’s what you did, right?” Necheles repeated.

“False!” Daniels said, almost yelling in the courtroom.

The defense attorney also accused Daniels of fabricating a story about an unidentified man threatening her and her young daughter in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011, telling her to stop talking about her liaison with Trump.

“The whole story was made up, wasn’t it?” Necheles asked.

“No, none of it was made up,” Daniels fired back sharply. The man who Daniels said threatened her has never been identified.

With the trial recessed on Wednesdays, Necheles will continue her cross-examination of Daniels on Thursday, and Hoffinger said she also has more questions.

Trump, now the presumptive 2024 Republican presidential candidate, has denied Daniels’ claim of an affair and all 34 charges he is facing. If convicted, he could be placed on probation or face up to four years in prison.

Prosecutors’ witnesses at the trial, now in its fourth week, have told the 12-member jury stories of sex and scandal, lurid tabloid journalism of fabricated stories to help Trump in the 2016 election or clandestine payoffs to Daniels and another woman, Playboy model Karen McDougal, to hide their claims of assignations with Trump. He had also denied McDougal’s claim of a 10-month affair with him in 2006 and 2007


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