May 10, 2024

Trump Defense Attorneys Flip the Script on Stormy Daniels

For some reason, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg thought it would be a good idea to have Stormy Daniels stake the stand.

It was not even that she took the stand, but it would appear that the prosecution never prepped her for things that were not wise to say.

In return, Donald Trump’s attorneys feasted on her.

Stormy Days

Stormy Daniels took the bait when Trump’s attorneys put it out there, more or less destroying her credibility while at the same time torpedoing Bragg’s case.

Trump’s attorneys really worked the narrative that Daniels was on both a money-grabbing and revenge tour when it came to Trump.

She did not hide her hatred for Trump, which clearly shows the jury that she had a motive to say whatever the prosecutors wanted her to say.

Then defense attorney Susan Necheles shredded Stormy Daniels in regard to her greed.

Necheles noted that Daniels had stopped talking to a reporter for Slate because they were not willing to pay her for her story.

Daniels tried to defend herself by saying that she did the nationally aired CNN interview with Anderson Cooper for free.

However, Necheles quickly countered that the interview was only done AFTER Daniels had signed a deal for a book that got her a tasty $800,000.

Necheles then pointed to some of Stormy's posts about Trump and how she was trying to sell swag on her online store.

She also noted how Daniels made false claims on varying subjects on social media, stating, “You have a lot of experience making phony stories about sex appear to be real?”

Daniels was clearly taken aback by the question, responding, “Wow. That’s now how I would put it.”

Another shot by Necheles hit hard when she discussed Stormy’s “Make America Horny Again” tour.

Daniels was appearing at strip clubs around the country, bringing in massive appearance fees during all of this, with Necheles effectively painting a picture of someone who was making her claims solely to get rich.

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