The rolled-up magazine porn star claims she used to spank Donald Trump just makes too much sense

The media’s latest pet controversy couldn’t get any wilder.

Stormy Daniels, the adult actress with whom President Trump allegedly had an affair in 2006, reportedly spanked the “Apprentice” host during one sexual encounter–and did it with a copy of Forbes magazine that featured him on the cover.

Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, told the magazine In Touch during a 2011 interview that she had a sexual relationship with the president beginning in July 2006–shortly after First Lady Melania gave birth to his youngest son, Barron.

Emails obtained by Mother Jones from Clifford’s exploratory Senate bid in 2009 said the porn star spanked the president at his request.

Stormy Daniels during. (Photo by M. Tran/FilmMagic).

Clifford considered running for Senate from Louisiana in 2009 to challenge Republican Sen. David Vitter, a social conservative who was found to have hired prostitutes in Washington, D.C.

As part of her preparations for a potential campaign, Clifford hired political consultants. During one email exchange, the consultants discussed possible campaign contributors.

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The names of several adult industry figures came up in the correspondence. One of the consultants, Andrea Dubé, was surprised when Donald Trump’s name was raised.

“Donald Trump?,” Dubé wrote. “In her cell phone?”

Trump with Daniels. My Space.

“Yep,” replied the other consultant. “She says one time he made her sit with him for three hours watching ‘shark week.’ Another time he had her spank him with a Forbes magazine.”

The story about President Trump having Clifford watch Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” program with him is also found in the adult actress’s In Touch Interview.

Mother Jones punctuated the claims with shark-related tweets from the president’s past.

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Dubé and the other consultant confirmed to Mother Jones that they exchanged the emails in question.

The scandal began after the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid Clifford $130,000 to stay silent regarding the alleged affair.

Despite the release of her 2011 interview this week, Clifford has thus far publicly denied having had an affair with the president.

(Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images).

The In Touch piece also featured the claim that President Trump compared Clifford to his daughter Ivanka after sex.

When it comes to salaciousness, the Stormy controversy gives the Steele dossier a run for its money.

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