Stormy Daniels Wants To Testify Against Trump, Hopes He’s Jailed If Convicted
CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - JUNE 12: Stormy Daniels poses during her visit to The Cambridge Union on June 12, 2022 in Cambridge, England./Former US President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, US, on Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Trump entered a not-guilty plea to 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree in a proceeding that took a little less than an hour.
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Porn actress Stormy Daniels wants to testify against former President Donald Trump and hopes his Manhattan trial ends with him in jail. 

Daniels joined TV personality Piers Morgan for a 90-minute interview to be broadcast on Fox Nation Thursday, where she revealed her feelings on the historic case against the former president. Trump was arrested on Tuesday and charged with 34 felony counts for his alleged hush money payments to Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign, making him the first ex-president to be charged with a crime. Daniels claims she had consensual sex with Trump in 2006, an allegation Trump denies.

“It’s daunting, but I look forward to it,” Daniels said when asked about the grand jury calling her in to testify. “I have nothing to hide. I’m the only one that has been telling the truth, and you can’t shame me any more.”

“So you want to have them [ask you to testify],” Morgan pressed. 

“I do,” Daniels said. “Having them call me in and put me on the stand legitimizes my story and who I am, and if they don’t, it almost feels like they’re hiding me.”

Daniels added that she believes Trump deserves jail time, but not for “his crimes against me.” 

“I feel like the other things that he has done, if he is found guilty, absolutely,” he should serve jail time, Daniels said. “If he doesn’t, it opens the door for other people to think they can get away with that, and worse.” 

Trump pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to all charges of falsifying business records brought against him by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. In a speech at Mar-a-Lago following his arraignment, Trump railed against Bragg and called the judge assigned to the case a “Trump-hating judge.” 


After the indictment was unsealed, critics slammed Bragg for putting together a weak case against Trump to score political points. For Trump to be convicted of a felony, prosecutors must prove that his alleged falsifying of business records — which is a misdemeanor — took place while another crime was committed. Legal experts, however, pointed out that the indictment provides little to no explanation of what the other crime is, The Daily Wire previously reported

“This appears to me to be a very weak aspect of the indictment and associated statement of facts, given how critical the ‘intent to commit another crime’ element is to NYC’s case,” said Robert Kelner, an election lawyer with Covington & Burling LLP. “The indictment is surprisingly vague in articulating what the other crime is, though it certainly appears they are relying on an alleged federal campaign finance law violation. If that’s the violation [former Trump lawyer Michael] Cohen admitted to in the federal case, as appears to be so, it’s an awfully thin reed to rely upon because the Cohen case itself was weak, in my view.”

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