Stormy Daniels finally opens up about Trump’s conviction

Stormy Daniels has opened up about former President Donald Trump’s conviction on 34 felony charges.

Speaking in an interview with Fox 101.9’s Fifi, Fev & Nick on Thursday, Daniels, 45, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, discussed her feelings about the verdict.

Daniels revealed that she initially hoped for just one guilty charge against Trump but was overwhelmed when he was found guilty on all counts related to the hush-money scandal. “My 13-year-old daughter was with me. I was just crying in her lap,” she said, her voice filled with emotion.

Reflecting on her past encounter with Trump, Daniels addressed him directly. “You say that I reminded you of your daughter that night. Is this how you want her to be treated? Do you not want to be an example to your children? Speak the truth. Do the right thing. Leave my family alone,” she said.

The adult film star also expressed regret over her involvement with Trump. “I wished I had stayed out of that hotel room,” she added.

Daniels was directing a mainstream movie when she learned about the verdict. “I had talent on a horse. My phone started ringing over and over, and I got like 17 text messages in a row that just said, ‘Verdict.’ I shut down my entire production just like you did your show. We all came running into the living room of the house we were shooting at and put it on.”

Addressing the personal attacks she faced, Daniels stated, “I did it for my family. I did it for my daughter. I did it for everybody, not just women. And I have been called every name in the book, but you know, one name that no one could call me, but I can call him: convicted.”

Trump was found guilty of 34 felony counts for falsifying documents to cover up a payment to silence Daniels ahead of the 2016 election. He has denied any wrongdoing and vowed to appeal his “scam” conviction. 

According to Fox News, Trump has used his conviction to bolster his fundraising efforts but has not mobilized his supporters. Some supporters have hung US flags upside down in protest, a symbol of distress in America for over 200 years.

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