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September 11, 2018

Stormy Daniels posts a warning on social media amid news of chaos in Trump's White House

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The former adult film actress, Stormy Daniels, posted a cryptic tweet warning Americans about a supposed “calm before the storm.” The tweet follows the recent issue connected to the Trump administration.

On Twitter, Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, tweeted a message, which sparked conversation on social media. 

The star wrote, “Hope some of you have enjoyed this momentary calm before the storm.”

She also continued to say that the pun was intended.

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Daniels did not give any further clues to reveal the real message behind her tweet, but many of her followers suggested that it could have something to do with President Donald Trump’s administration.

Reuters revealed that Daniels is suing Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal lawyer, to officially terminate a non-disclosure agreement, which supposedly bars her from talking about her alleged dalliance with the president.

Reports revealed that the lawyer paid her $130,000 to keep her quiet.

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In addition, Daniels is suing Cohen for defamation under the claims that he said Daniels made up the story about her affair with President Trump.

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The headlines involving Daniels follows the previous issues concerning the Trump administration. Recently, there have been claims that suggest Trump is unfit to be the president of the United States.

A veteran investigative journalist named Bob Woodward, famous for his documentation of the collapse of Nixon’s administration, published a book entitled “Fear: Trump In The White House.”

The journalist supposedly wrote about an administration in which senior officials experienced having to handle President Trump’s “unhinged” agenda.

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The book talks about how some officials had to take out documents from the president’s desk to stop him from taking “rash actions,” as revealed by DW.

The New York Times published an unnamed op-ed written by a supposed senior administration official, who supported the claims in Woodward’s book. The article was published on the same day Daniels wrote her tweet.

As for Daniels, she previously shared with Vogue the details of her alleged affair with President Trump in 2006.

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