Stormy Daniels has a book titled “Full Disclosure” coming out right before the midterms.

By |2018-09-13T12:03:45-08:00September 13th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |12 Comments

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. 

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  1. Lady Lindsey September 13, 2018 at 1:46 pm

    OT? “This account likely comes from Graham himself, who appears to have been a major source for the book. Fear includes verbatim accounts of several one-on-one conversations between the senator and the president that only Graham would be in a position to relate to Woodward, including a midnight phone call.” “The book also describes Graham’s archrival in the White House, Steve Bannon, as being aware of their closeness: “Some days, it seemed to Bannon that Senator Graham had moved into the West Wing.” At one point Bannon is quoted as saying Trump “loves Graham. Graham can sell him anything.”
    ” When asked by Trump “how this ends,” Graham replied, “It never ends. It’s good versus evil. Good versus evil never ends. It’s just like the Nazis. It’s now radical Islam.”

    This is the sort of sentiment that if voiced by Bannon, a scruffy white nationalist with a penchant for rants about “Persia,” is received as grandiose and apocalyptic. But somehow it’s considered well within the realm of acceptable opinion when voiced by someone like Graham on a Sunday show or a think tank panel.”
    ” it should be equally unsettling that Lindsey Graham, whose advice would have launched a war that killed at least hundreds of thousands in Korea and who sees the endless, ever-expanding nature of the war on terrorism as a feature not a bug, is considered one of the “mainstream” voices in the room.”

  2. anon September 13, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Coming Out…”Alicia Menendez interviews Michael Arceneaux, author of the bestselling memoir, “I Can’t Date Jesus.””

  3. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 1:53 pm

    The courts are trying to stop Trump and his destruction of this country and our rule of law. Now Trump is using his justice department to try and stop them from stopping his insane agenda. This is really scary stuff that is happening, Gryphen.

    Sessions Declares War On Court Orders Hampering Trump Agenda

    Slamming ‘Judicial Activism,’ Sessions Tells DOJ Lawyers To Fight Nationwide Injunctions

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants Justice Department attorneys to push back on federal judges who have imposed nationwide injunctions against some of the Trump administration’s most controversial policies.

    In a memo to the nation’s 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices on Thursday, Sessions said judges have been “acting outside the bounds of their authority and granting relief that reaches far beyond the confines of the particular case or controversy before them.”

    The Trump administration has faced 25 nationwide injunctions, Sessions said, including cases involving bans on travel, transgender members of the military, and federal funding for so-called sanctuary cities.

    The memo instructs litigators to remind courts of constitutional limits on their authority; emphasize that the rise in nationwide injunctions is “an historical anomaly inconsistent with centuries of judicial practices;” and argue that nationwide injunctions could discourage other litigants from suing and may “further undermine the public’s confidence in the judiciary because they may be perceived as a sign of disrespect from one court to another.”

    “Increasingly, we are seeing individual federal district judges go beyond the parties before the court to give injunctions or orders that block the entire federal government from enforcing a law or policy throughout the country,” Sessions said in a statement.

    “This kind of judicial activism did not happen a single time in our first 175 years as a nation, but it has become common in recent years,” Sessions said. “This trend must stop. We have a government to run. The Constitution does not grant to a single district judge the power to veto executive branch actions with respect to parties not before the court. Nor does it provide the judiciary with authority to conduct oversight of or review policy of the executive branch. These abuses of judicial power are contrary to law, and with these new guidelines, this Department is going to continue to fight them.”

  4. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 2:01 pm
  5. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 2:15 pm

    With Anonymous still on the loose and the “administrative state” unchecked, the last person Trump trusts is (the Nazi) Stephen Miller.

  6. mOTOrboat September 13, 2018 at 2:17 pm
  7. anonymous September 13, 2018 at 4:03 pm

    OT/”I sure would like to know what the Manafort and Trump lawyers have been discussing through their joint defense agreement. If we see him plea without cooperating, it’s probably because he got a better deal from Trump.” “Ultimately, the president’s looking for a guilty plea that can bring him two things: 1. No second Manafort trial; and 2. No cooperation with Mueller on the part of his former campaign manager. Given how much Manafort appears to want a pardon, there is a good chance he will deliver for Trump – especially since their teams have been coordinating.

    No matter what the final deal is, one thing is clear: These aren’t the actions taken by innocent people.”

  8. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 7:02 pm

    Since that damned day he won the presidency with a little help from Putin, we haven’t had a day of peace here in America. We have been through the mudslide with this orange bastard. Will the madness stop. I just a commercial on news tonight about the Republicans saying all they have accomplished and wondered if we were in the same America. I think, they are referring to the upper class, rich, religious, and white portions of American. Wouldn’t be surprised if that commercial had Koch bros. stamp of approval. They seem to behind all this move to upperclass this country into a haven for all fascists.
    I hope that Stormy puts a dent in Donald’s cult. It’s gone beyond belief.

  9. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 8:36 pm

    Oooo, a full month before the elections. Good. Early enough for even the early voters and mail in ballots. You wouldn’t even have to buy it and read it as as soon as it is released, you know all the juicy bits are going to be all over the internet and TV. Not sure how infuential it will be. Might help some independents and undecideds, but I think Trump’s actions will probably be more persuasive.

  10. anon September 14, 2018 at 11:03 am

    ““Stormy Daniels was to perform in Richmond in a depressing strip club. This hero that you say you’re protecting, why is she working in seedy strip clubs while you’re on TV wearing expensive suits?”

    “Because she wants to, Tucker,” Avenatti replied.

    “What I know for A FACT is that your client is not thriving, and for you to look me in the eye and say she wants to perform in strip clubs with people throwing stuff at her, is insulting to her,” Carlson said. “People don’t do that unless they have no choice… it’s pathetic, you’re exploiting her!”

    Carlson abruptly ended the interview immediately after accusing Avenatti of being “an exploiter of a woman” and calling him “creepy porn lawyer,” refusing to give him a chance to respond to the insults.”

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