Stormy Daniels Responds To Melania Trump Calling Her A ‘Porn Hooker’: I’ll Take That Over Being What You Are Any Day

Stormy Daniels Responds To Melania Trump Calling Her A ‘Porn Hooker’: I’ll Take That Over Being What You Are Any Day

Update #2 (Oct. 7th): Stormy Daniels has responded to Melania Trump after the First Lady was heard insulting her on a secret recording, calling her a “porn hooker.”

Shortly after the recording made headlines, Stormy Daniels took to Twitter and responded, ending with the hashtag #bebest, which is Melania Trump’s campaign to stop online bullying. She wrote:

“Hahaha! Although I wasn’t paid for sex and therefore technically not a “hooker” I’ll take being that over what you are any day. You sold your p***y AND your soul…and I’m legal. Keep talking about me. I like your new t*ts btw. Post (more) nudes? #bebest lol”

Original Story (Oct. 6th): The Trump family continues to make headlines, as the presidential election is closing in, but a newly released recording featuring the First Lady may have added fuel to the fire.

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend and close adviser to Melania Trump, released the recording on a podcast that features the First Lady seemingly venting about the adult film star and her photo shoot with world renown magazine Vogue, shot by famed photographer, Annie Leibovitz. She can be heard saying

“Go Google and read it. Annie Leibovitz shot the porn hooker, and she (Daniels) will be [in] one of the issues, September or October.”

Wolkoff responds,

“What do you mean, she shot the ‘porn hooker’?”

Melania Trump then clarifies,





“You didn’t read it. It was yesterday it came up. For Vogue. She will be in Vogue. Annie Leibovitz shot her.”

Stormy Daniels, (born Stephanie Clifford), 41, alleges that Donald Trump paid her $130,000 in hush money to keep quiet about their alleged relationship in July 2006.  Though Trump has denied these allegations, this wouldn’t be the first time he’s been accused of inappropriate actions while married.

Donald Trump

In September, former model Amy Dorris accused Donald Trump of sexual assault during an incident that happened in New York on September 5, 1997 where he allegedly forced himself on her and groped her while she stated “no, please stop,” but says he allegedly “didn’t care”.





Reportedly Wolkoff, who wrote about her relationship with the first lady in “Melania and Me,” has released numerous conversations she recorded during their time together.  She and Melania’s relationship came to an end 2018.

The Trump’s representative have not made a statement.  What are your thoughts on her comments?  Share with us below.





Authored by: Robin Ayers