The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month that Trump attorney Michael Cohen had arranged a $130,000 payment to Daniels to keep her quiet about an alleged sexual relationship between her and Trump.
Since that story broke, Daniels had kept mum on whether or not the report is accurate.
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About the best he could do was get Daniels to admit that she'd had sex with a married man at a golf tournament, but - again - she wouldn't admit that it was with Trump.
Jimmy played "Never Have I Ever" with her, but she remained coolly evasive.
Daniels did give a hint about why she'd be so evasive: In a skit with Kimmel she indicated (without using words!) that she had been gagged. No problem there. What bothers me, though, in giving her this platform - you know, Monica Lewinsky was also caught having an affair with the president. She told him it came from the internet. "I also work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and I'm a man, according to the Internet today". Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, replied.
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"It doesn't look like your signature", Kimmel asked.
In between dodging Kimmel's questions about Trump, Daniels said she feels like a victim "of the internet".
"You're so smart, Jimmy". In between Shark Week talking points, the late night host tried numerous silly, circuitous methods to get Daniels to confirm the reports surrounding her and Trump. Neither tactic was successful. "Have you ever made love to anyone whose name rhymes with 'Ronald Rump?'" "I thought this was a talk show, not a horror movie", she joked.
The interview ended there, for the most part. Asked to explain how the interview deviated from the truth, she said she hadn't read the transcript.
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She added that Trump would have "good taste" if he did invite her to his hotel room to watch videos, as was alluded to in the 2011 interview.
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