Stormy Daniels announces exclusively on @TheView her plans to release a book titled ‘Full Disclosure’ Oct. 2 which she says will detail her alleged relationship with Donald Trump. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/HpM8EJ4v2d
— The View (@TheView) September 12, 2018
Courtesy of NYT:
The latest and perhaps juiciest Trump tell-all to land this year isn’t from a disgruntled former White House staffer or a deeply sourced investigative journalist. It’s by Stephanie Clifford, better known as Stormy Daniels, the pornographic film star and unlikely feminist resistance hero, who has waged a legal battle over a nondisclosure agreement designed to prevent her from talking about a sexual relationship she claims she had with Donald Trump.
On Wednesday, St. Martin’s Press announced that it will publish Ms. Clifford’s memoir, “Full Disclosure,” (pun likely intended) this October, just before the midterm elections.
In a news release, the publisher said Ms. Clifford will tell “her whole story for the ﬁrst time,” including how she came to be a successful actress and director in the adult film business, her alleged affair with Mr. Trump and “the events that led to the nondisclosure agreement and the behind-the-scenes attempts to intimidate her.”
“I own my story and the choices I made,” Ms. Clifford writes. “They may not be the ones you would have made, but I stand by them.”
As we know there have been a number of books coming out that are giving Trump night terrors, this is how the New York Times described the possible impact of this one:
“Full Disclosure” could inflict further damage, and is likely to put the White House on edge. The publication will bring Ms. Clifford’s story back into the headlines, just weeks before the contentious midterm elections, and could draw new public scrutiny to her allegations about the affair and efforts by Mr. Trump and his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to cover it up.
Daniels claims that this book will have far more details than were revealed in her 60 Minutes interview, and will divulge information that CBS deemed too salacious for network TV.