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First Lady Melania Insults Stormy Daniels In Secretly Recorded Tapes

WorldNews Friday, 23 October 2020
First Lady Melania Insults Stormy Daniels In Secretly Recorded TapesStephanie Wolkoff released additional recordings...Photo Credit: Inside Edition Stephanie Wolkoff released additional recordings of her conversations with First Lady Melania Trump during an episode of Mea Culpa, Michael Cohen’s podcast. In one of the recordings, Melania tells Wolkoff about Stormy Daniels’ Vogue photo shoot by Annie Leibovitz. Daniels received a payout from Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign to keep the details of her 2006 affair with Trump a secret. "If you Google, go Google...
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