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Jenna Jameson gives Stormy Daniels career advice: She ‘should have kept her trap shut’

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Jenna Jameson isn’t afraid of the latest Trump political storm. And she has some first-hand experience with the particular subject on the table.

The famed adult film actress, dubbed “The Queen of Porn,” said fellow porn start Stormy Daniels is committing “career suicide” by flaunting her alleged affair with President Trump–and then shared her own experience with the president from the same year as Daniels’ purported tryst.

“It’s just stupidity,” tweeted Jameson, who then argued an alleged affair from 12 years ago is irrelevant to current political discussions.

“Wether he screwed a pornstar while married or not, will not change a thing. We all knew who Trump was when we elected him. His penis size is irrelevant to his fan base. The dems need to refocus.”

Stormy Daniels. (Photo: Hoo-Me.com/MediaPunch/IPX).

In response to a user who said Stormy Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, is getting “great PR” from her allegations, Jameson maintained that the situation is “a lose lose” for the porn star.

“I actually think it’s career suicide,” she wrote. “The left looks at her as a whore and just uses her to try to discredit the president. The right look at her like a treacherous rat. It’s a lose lose. Should have kept her trap shut.”

Asked by another user whether she believes Clifford is telling the truth, Jameson related her own first encounter with President Trump.

“I can say this… I first met Donald Trump in 2006 in my ‘prime’ by the pool at the Beverly Hills hotel. I was in a bikini and he was so unbelievably respectful. He told me he thought I was incredibly smart and thought I had an incredible business acumen.”

President Trump is seen with Jenna Jameson at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Saturday, May 24, 2008 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison)

On the Sunday night edition of “60 Minutes,” journalist Anderson Cooper brought up Jameson’s “should have kept her trap shut” tweet while interviewing Clifford.

“I think that she has a lot of wisdom in those words,” Clifford replied.

During the “60 Minutes” segment, Clifford doubled down on the accusation that she was threatened with physical harm if she went public with her story.


The adult entertainer is currently suing president Trump in order to void a nondisclosure agreement for which she was paid $130,000 by Michael Cohen, the president’s attorney.

Amid the controversy, Clifford has been visiting strip clubs around the country as part of her “Make America Horny Again” tour.

(Photo: Facebook).

President Trump has denied the affair.


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