Daniels, 39, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, also told friends that Trump “doesn’t even want to be president” during the 2016 campaign, according to the British newspaper, which said it had obtained a copy of the book “Full Disclosure” ahead of its Oct. 2 release date.
Reuters was unable to review the book. Calls to the publisher, St. Martin’s Press, were not immediately returned on Tuesday. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In January, the results of Trump’s physical exam — which showed him to be just shy of obesity, according to the Body Mass Index — launched a debate over whether or not it was OK to fat-shame him. On the one hand, there was the argument that Trump body-shames everyone, from Miss Universe contestants to Rosie O’Donnell, and that the best way to get under the skin of a petty, vain man is to attack his physical appearance.
On the other hand was the more compelling argument that mocking Trump’s weight on Twitter — or in an op-ed he’ll never read — won’t hurt him, but it will hurt fat people who actually see it; that tying your disdain for Trump to his weight only reinforces harmful ideas of fatness as connected to moral failure and fat people as unlovable.
To protect and support all of the overweight people out there who aren’t trying to block immigration into this country or undercut the public’s trust in journalism, it’s better to focus anti-Trump sentiments on his personality and his policies, not his body.
The Guardian has obtained a preview copy of Full Disclosure, the book Daniels (real name: Stephanie Clifford) has written about her involvement with Donald Trump.
Trump has, of course, denied the relationship, but admitted to giving his former attorney Michael Cohen money to pay her.
According to the Guardian, Daniels says she slept with Trump after a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, in California, where he was wearing a red baseball cap reminiscent of the MAGA headgear he’d later make famous.
Now the adult film star and exotic dancer is sharing more intimate details about the now-president’s anatomy — and they’re quite graphic.
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford and who is suing Trump over a nondisclosure agreement related to their alleged affair, writes that she asked Trump about his hairdo because he seemed to enjoy being teased, The Guardian reported based on a copy it obtained.
“‘I know,’ he said with a smile. ‘It’s ridiculous. Come on. First of all, I have a mirror,’” Daniels wrote.
Trump apparently told Daniels that “every celebrity stylist” had offered to fix his unusual haircut but that he refused because he did not want to start a fight—and also because “it’s my thing. It’s my trademark.”