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Stormy Daniels Ruthlessly Claps Back After Troll Says Trump Wouldn't Touch Her 'With A 10ft Pole'

The adult film star has been back in the news over the hush money Trump allegedly paid her following an alleged affair.

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Adult film star Stormy Daniels ruthlessly took down a slut-shaming troll who claimed former Republican President Donald Trump would not touch her "with a 10ft pole."

Daniels has been in the news a lot these last few weeks amid speculation that a New York grand jury could indict Trump soon for campaign finance crimes in relation to a hush money payment he made to Daniels in 2016.

Daniels took the attack in good stride and responded:

"True. He used a 3 inch one."

You can see Daniels' tweet below.

Trump's indictment is expected to relate to a $130,000 payment made to Daniels in the final days of Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.

It is one of several potential criminal cases facing Trump, with investigations into his handling of classified documents and his role in the Capitol riot—a calculated attempt by him and his supporters to overthrow the government that resulted in several deaths and millions of dollars in damages—also underway.

Naturally, Trump's biggest supporters have attempted to excuse the hush money payment and campaign finance fraud violations that were in part what landed Trump's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen in prison.

Many applauded Daniels' response.

Trump recently made the false claim Bragg dropped the case against him over alleged hush money payments made to Daniels.

He said the attorneys with the Manhattan DA’s office “have no case” against him though there is no evidence that is the case.

However, Bragg has made no public statement indicating that he is dropping the case. Trump's lawyers have warned him to prepare for the possibility of an indictment if Bragg proceeds with the case against him.

A deepfake video of Bragg circulated on Twitter, in which he appears to say he will drop the case, but the original video used to create the fake dates back to 2022.