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Stormy Daniels Coming To South Carolina

Porn star at the heart of presidential sex scandal coming to Greenville …

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The porn star at the heart of a mushrooming sex scandal involving U.S. president Donald Trump will pay a visit to the heart of South Carolina’s socially conservative Upstate this weekend.

Stormy Daniels will perform for patrons of The Trophy Club in Greenville, S.C. this Saturday (January 20), according to the organization’s Facebook page.  The visit is part of Daniels’ “Making America Horny Again!” tour.

“He saw her live. You can too,” one poster promoting the event proclaimed, featuring a picture of Trump and the 38-year-old adult actress together.

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A video featured by the club says Daniels will be in Greenville for a “one-night performance.”

A native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Daniels was ranked as the top porn star in the world according to the “Genesis Top 100” and was dubbed “The New Queen Of X” by Girls Of Penthouse magazine.

Daniels has denied having sexual relations with Trump, however she gave an interview to InTouch magazine in 2011 detailing their alleged affair.

According to the interview, Daniels claimed she first had sex with Trump at a Lake Tahoe, Nevada hotel suite in 2006 – four months after Trump’s wife, first lady Melania Trump, gave birth to their son Barron Trump.  Subsequent encounters were alleged to have taken place at a hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

Why admit it to an affair then and deny it now?

According to The Wall Street Journal, Trump attorney Michael Cohen negotiated a $130,000 payment to Daniels a month before the 2016 presidential election as part of a nondisclosure deal that barred her from discussing anything related to Trump.

Interested in seeing Daniels for yourself?  The Trophy Club is located at 450 Airport Road in Greenville.

That’s less than a mile away from the resort where Trump appeared last October for a fundraiser for incumbent “Republican” governor Henry McMaster.

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