Donald, I Hate to Tell You: Stormy Daniels Is Not Going Away Anytime Soon

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Adult film actress and alleged former mistress of Donald Trump at the Gossip Gentlemen Club in Long Island, New York, February 23, 2018. Photo Credits: Reuters/Eduardo Munoz

Donald, I hate to break the news to you, but Stormy is not going away any time soon.

Nope, not even the news that you have agreed to meet with Kim Jong Un could push Stormy Daniel’s alleged rump with Trump out of my newsfeed. This story is everywhere and gaining momentum by the minute.

She is like glue, once she gets stuck on you, she clings closer than your next breath.

Your lawyer played her cheat, only $130,000 to keep quiet about an alleged affair with you. It was only a matter of time before she came back to get what she believes is the true value for her services.

Stormy’s legal representative is a fire breathing lawyer who says he has not given anyone his “lunch money since he was seven or eight years old.”

I’m afraid good buddy, you are in for a fight on this one.

I can picture you now with a sabre in one hand. I see you fighting off Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his probe into Russian meddling into U S elections.

In the other hand I see you with another sabre attempting to fend off Stormy Daniels.

With both hands holding sabres, I am not sure how you are going to juggle those balls you had already tossed into the air: talks with Un, fight with the Parkland youngsters over gun control, and don’t forget about the immigration mess you caused last year, add a dwindling staff at the White House, and the security clearance issues. Oh my!

To paraphrase Lena Horne in the movie Stormy weather:

“Don’t know why There’s no sun up in the sky

Stormy weather Since my [porn actress] man

and I ain’t together Keeps rainin’ all the time.”

Good luck with this one, Donald.

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Harvey is Living Now Book Awards 2020 Bronze Medalist for his memoir Freaknik Lawyer: A Memoir on the Craft of Resistance. Available at

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