Trump’s relations exposed with porn star, millions given for secret

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ANKUR DWIVEDI | Published On: Jan 13, 2018 04:45 PM IST |   345

Washington: Prior to becoming President, Donald Trump had given an ex-porn star Rs 82 lakh through his lawyer. This claim has been made in a media report; however, the relevant attorney has dismissed these allegations. But a porn star’s friend told the media how the whole sentence was done.

According to a report published in the Daily Mail, Donald Trump had paid about 82 lakh rupees to an ex-porn star through his personal lawyer in 2016, while contesting for the US presidential election. This money was given to the ex-porn star so that she remained silent on sex relations. Porn star Stephanie Clifford's former friend Alana Evans talked about the matter. Alana has said that Clifford had told them that Trump followed them in the hotel room. This friend has told that on that evening they were given an invitation too.

However, the White House has refused to comment on the news of 'The Wall Street Journal'. Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen described it as "a bizarre allegation". It is said that they had arranged to pay the money only. Cohen said, "This is the second time when you are blaming the allegation against my client. You have been singing this false story for a year, since at least 2011, all parties have been continuing to reject this story.

It is said that in 2006, X-rated actress Stephanie Clifford and Trump had sexual relations. Trump married Melania in the year 2005. When asked about fresh charges against the President, a White House official said, "These are old and rehearsed reports which were published before the elections and they were completely dismissed."

According to the New York Daily News, Clifford has denied having sex with Trump by sending an email. However, this is not the first time that Trump has come to the news about the relationship with a woman.

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