Trump Should Study Stormy Daniels' Kimmel Interview Before Meeting Robert Mueller

If Stormy Daniels gets tired of directing adult films, she could always pursue a career in tightrope walking. Last night, the former porn star breezed through a verbal obstacle course orchestrated by Jimmy Kimmel, who tried to trip up Daniels with questions about her alleged affair with Donald Trump back in 2006.

Kimmel started off blunt by asking Daniels whether or not the affair with Trump did happen and if she accepted $130,000 in exchange for signing a non-disclosure agreement about the alleged incident. At one point, he even tried some semantic gymnastics to trap her into admitting something. 

"You can't say if you have a non-disclosure agreement, but if you didn't have a non-disclosure agreement, you could most certainly say, 'I do not have a non-disclosure agreement.' Yes?"

"You're so smart, Jimmy," Daniels responded with a grin.

And when he pressed her to comment on salacious rumors surrounding her relationship with Trump, she shrugged off the spurious intel. "I also work for the FBI and I'm a man, according to the internet," she said.

So Kimmel got desperate. In hopes of getting her to dish some details about the alleged incident, Kimmel handed Daniels a puppet resembling herself and got her to play a few rounds of 'Never Have I Ever' with a puppet Trump dressed in tighty-whities.

But despite all that effort, Kimmel came up empty-handed. And the only thing we learned is that Trump should study Daniels' performance before he meets with Special Counsel Robert Mueller for questioning on the Russia scandal.

Check out the full interview above.


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