Stormy Daniels Reveals She’s “Set To Testify” in Trump Case

Stormy Daniels Reveals She's "Set To Testify" in Trump Case

( – Stormy Daniels, the former adult movie star who allegedly had an affair with Donald Trump, has said she is “set to testify” against the former President at a New York criminal trial in March. In a recent podcast, she said the situation was “next-level crazy” as she prepared to face the former President in court. Still, she said things could still change at any time.

Last March, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg filed 34 felony charges against Trump for offenses including falsification of business records. Trump denies all allegations of wrongdoing, including an affair with the actress, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford.

The trial is set to commence on March 25, with Judge Juan Merchan overseeing proceedings. Trump is reportedly furious about the date as it takes place at the peak of the Republican primary campaign. According to a book by ABC News journalist Jonathan Karl, the former President reacted by “angrily, waving his hands and shaking his head.” Karl claimed Trump also blamed his attorney and said it would be his fault if he lost the election.

A spokesperson for Trump denied the claim, however. “‘None of what is being described ever happened. The uninformed source could not even get their lie straight,” he told the Daily Mail.

Stormy Daniels’ role in the prosecution of the former President relates to alleged hush money payments she received to stay quiet about her relationship with Trump. Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s former attorney, paid $130,000 to Daniels in 2016 and recorded these as legal expenses.

The case is one of several Donald Trump will fight in 2024 as he battles to take back the White House. In four criminal cases, he faces 91 felony counts, including some that carry prison terms of up to 20 years. Civil cases are also pending, including in New York, where Attorney General Letitia James accuses Trump of fraud. The US Supreme Court will furthermore decide on Trump’s exclusion from the ballot paper in Colorado.

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