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Stormy Daniels to ’60 Minutes’ — ‘I’m not a victim’

(National SentinelNot #MeToo: Adult film star Stormy Daniels said during a CBS News “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday that she should not be held up as someone who is part of the so-called #MeToo movement because her alleged sexual encounter with President Donald Trump more than a decade ago was consensual.

Daniels, who reportedly had her encounter with Trump in 2006, said she does not feel her experience falls under the “Me Too banner,” she told correspondent Anderson Cooper.

“They’re trying to. Like, oh, you know, Stormy Daniels comes out #MeToo. This is not a ‘Me Too.’ I was not a victim. I’ve never said I was a victim. I think trying to use me to-to further someone else’s agenda does horrible damage to people who are true victims,” she said.

The adult film star was also clear that the alleged encounter was consensual and that she was never coerced or physically assaulted when Cooper asked if she wanted to have sex with Trump.

“No. But I didn’t — I didn’t say no. I’m not a victim, I’m not,” Daniels said, adding, “Oh, yes. Yes,” when Cooper asked if the encounter was sought equally by both of them.

On Monday, an attorney for Daniels said he is not “playing games” and will provide “more evidence” of his client’s alleged affair.

“You tweeted a picture of a DVD or CD suggesting that there was going to be more evidence. That’s the suggestion, right?” NBC “Today” host Savannah Guthrie said in her interview with Michael Avenatti. “You don’t disagree and now you’re being coy & not saying it. Seems like you’re playing games.”



“I’m not playing games. There will be more evidence. It’s just not going to happen right now,” he told Guthrie, The Hill reported.

Many of the president’s defenders are suspicious of Daniels’ motivations. Others have said they are taking the advice of Democrats who defended then-President Bill Clinton’s extramarital encounters in the 1990s and shrugging off Trump’s alleged encounter off as a private incident between two adults.

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