Trump had an alias in the Stormy Daniels lawsuit and it’s abbreviated ‘DD’

The Stormy Daniels scandal keeps getting wilder.

Following reports on Tuesday that Daniels, the screen name for pornographic actress Stephanie Clifford, sued President Trump over his alleged failure to sign a “hush agreement” for a year-long affair, it was revealed that the president’s alias in the suit was “David Dennison.”

According to the Washington Post, Clifford and President Trump used aliases to protect their identities in the alleged non-disclosure agreement intended to keep secret the president’s extramarital affair with the adult entertainer.

The lawsuit shows that Clifford also went by an alias–“Peggy Peterson.”

Stormy Daniels. ( / MediaPunch/IPX).

The individuals the aliases referred to were identified in a second document attached to Clifford’s lawsuit, but that document redacted “Dennison’s” real name.

Curiously, David Dennison was a one-term Republican member of Congress from 1957-1959.

Attorney Lisa Bloom, who’s no fan of President Trump, explained why “David Dennison” and “Peggy Peterson” were used as aliases, and also observed that Clifford’s suit may not be successful.

Clifford’s lawsuit argues that the non-disclosure agreement is non-binding because the president didn’t sign it. Both Clifford and Trump attorney Michael Cohen did sign the document, according to the lawsuit.

The suit also includes a complaint that Cohen tried to enforce the agreement’s “gag” clause.

In January, the Wall Street Journal reported that Cohen paid Clifford $130,000 a month before the 2016 election to keep her from speaking about her affair allegations.

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

Clifford’s bank, First Republic, reported the transaction to the government as “suspicious.”

Last month, Cohen said the payment was made from his own pocket and did not break any campaign finance laws.

(Photo: MySpace).

In response, Clifford’s lawyer asserted Cohen’s statement freed her client from the non-disclosure agreement and that “Stormy is going to tell her story.”


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