Backstabbing ‘friend’ releases more secret audio that only makes first lady Melania more relatable

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First lady Melania Trump was overheard on secretly recorded audio referring to adult film star Stormy Daniels as a “porn hooker.”

President Donald Trump’s wife was speaking in the newly released recording to her former friend and adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff about the actress, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford. Wolkoff, who has unveiled several recordings she made while supposedly friends with the first lady, played the latest audio during a podcast hosted by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen.

“Go Google and read it,” Melania Trump could be heard telling Wolkoff in the recording as she complained about a Vogue photoshoot with Daniels in 2018.

“Annie Leibovitz shot the porn hooker, and she (Daniels) will be [in] one of the issues, September or October,” Melania Trump continued in the recording shared by Wolkoff on Monday’s episode of the podcast “Mea Culpa.”

“What do you mean, she shot the ‘porn hooker?’” Wolkoff asked.

“Stormy,” the first lady replied in the audio.

“Shut the f— up,” Wolkoff responded. “For what?”

“You need to read it. It was yesterday it came out,” Mrs. Trump said. “For who? She will be in Vogue. Annie Leibovitz shot her.”

Daniels had claimed that she had a relationship with Trump in 2006 before he became president and that he had paid her more than $100,000 in hush money for signing a non-disclosure agreement ahead of the 2016 election. The porn star spoke of the alleged relationship, which Trump has denied, an interview with Vogue in August 2018.

Wolkoff has released other audio recordings from her time with Mrs. Trump, as she promoted her tell-all book, “Melania and Me.” The first lady cut ties with her former friend back in 2018 after her company was paid almost $26 million to help plan Trump’s inauguration. Investigations were launched into the fundraising for the inauguration and a government watchdog even accused the inaugural committee of “fiscal mismanagement at its worst,” according to The New York Times.

Though Wolkoff denied she had done anything wrong, she explained to Cohen that she “needed to let a reporter listen to the tapes, because [the White House] made sure that people didn’t believe what I was saying … once I had already been severed and accused of criminal activity.”

The liberal media’s hopes to use Wolkoff’s secret tapes to shame the first lady only backfired. Last week, CNN attempted to make Mrs. Trump look bad by airing audio clips where she was heard complaining about the attacks on her husband and the administration over immigrant children being detained on the border. Much of the reaction to the previously leaked audio had people claiming they loved the first lady ‘even more.’

Wolkoff recounted in her book how she met Melania at the Vogue offices in New York in 2003.

“I actually opened the door for her while I was working at Vogue, and I think I was more of an attraction to Melania and Donald than they were for me,” she told Cohen in her “Mea Culpa” interview.

“Because what were they doing for me?” Wolkoff said. “It wasn’t as if I needed anything from them. I actually saw Melania as this nice, sweet, young, striving model.”

So far, it seems, the leaked audios have only bolstered Melania Trump’s image a ‘real’ person in the eyes of her supporters.

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
Frieda Powers

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