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Conservative Radio Host Pulls Out Wallet, Makes Stormy an Offer She Can't Refuse

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Over the past several weeks, the media has been salivating over an alleged affair that occurred a dozen years ago between then-porn actress Stormy Daniels and then-businessman/TV star Donald Trump. These reports culminated Sunday during a CBS “60 Minutes” interview of Daniels by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.

During that interview — which by many accounts failed to live up to the hype — Daniels asserted that the affair was consensual, but nevertheless maintained that she was required to sign a non-disclosure agreement and keep their tryst a secret.

She also spoke of an unknown man who approached her in a parking lot at some point after the alleged incident and threateningly reminded her to remain quiet.

That particular assertion caught the ear of conservative TV and radio host Steve Malzberg, who in an appearance on RT America with host Ed Schultz expressed his disbelief of Daniels’ claim and offered to financially assist her in identifying that man via a professional sketch artist.

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Asked if he thought Daniels’ story would hurt President Trump’s popularity, Malzberg replied, “It’s not only not hurting the president it’s helping the president.”

“When the center of attention becomes a porn star accusing the president really of nothing. It was consensual. She did it because she wanted to. He treated her kindly,” he continued. “The Playboy model said the same thing. She was in love with him. I mean, people don’t want to see this trash.”

“And the double standard is insane,” Malzberg stated. “First of all, Stormy Daniels said she lied. She signed an affidavit. She admitted she lied. She lied. She lied. She lied. And now she says she was threatened in a parking lot. She told Anderson Cooper, ‘If I see that guy again I’ll know exactly who he is.’ Challenge: Go to a sketch artist. Describe him. And let’s see it now. I’ll pay for it.” (Emphasis added)

Later in the segment, Malzberg said members of Congress really have no room to criticize Trump over the alleged affair given the revelation of their own “slush fund” designed to pay off victims of sexual harassment and other allegations.

Do you think Stormy Daniels should accept Steve Malzberg's offer to pay for a sketch artist?

He further expressed sorrow for first lady Melania and wondered how she was handling all of this, and chastised the media for the vastly different manner in which they treated Trump’s accusers versus those women who had accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct.

You can watch the entire segment right here:

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Malzberg made it clear that he has some doubts about the veracity of Daniels’ claims — as do a few others in the liberal media — though many others have accepted her account rather uncritically.

It will be quite interesting to see if Malzberg’s challenge in regard to the sketch artist is taken up by Daniels. If she refuses the offer, it will only cast more doubt on her story, while if she accepts the offer then a whole new chapter in this salacious saga could be opened up.

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Stormy Daniels may very well have been threatened by an unidentified man to remain silent about her alleged affair with Trump, but without any sort of tangible evidence in that regard it is little more than a baseless claim.

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Ben Marquis is a writer who identifies as a constitutional conservative/libertarian. He has written about current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. His focus is on protecting the First and Second Amendments.
Ben Marquis has written on current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. He reads voraciously and writes about the news of the day from a conservative-libertarian perspective. He is an advocate for a more constitutional government and a staunch defender of the Second Amendment, which protects the rest of our natural rights. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with the love of his life as well as four dogs and four cats.
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