Stormy Daniels has landed herself in the spotlight again–something she’s good at–this time for coming out as bisexual on Twitter.
In one of the weirdest social media exchanges in recent memory, Daniels’ attorney, the embattled Michael Avenatti, got into a heated conversation with right-wing nincompoop Tomi Lahren. The two sparred over Donald Trump‘s decision to serve an assortment of fast food to the champion college football team the Clemson Tigers. It didn’t take Lahren long to drag Daniels into the mix, which prompted an immediate response from the porn star.
I’ve gotta hand it to ya, you’ve been an MVP for @realDonaldTrump and we hope you continue! Every time you open your mouth or drag the porn star on TV with you, we add another vote for Trump 2020! https://t.co/44YxcsmIUS
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) January 16, 2019
“I’ve gotta hand it to ya, you’ve been an MVP for
@realDonaldTrump and we hope you continue! Every time you open your mouth or drag the porn star on TV with you, we add another vote for Trump 2020!,” Lahren tweeted.
When another Twitter user suggested Daniels respond by engaging Lahren in a fist fight, Stormy suggested she use her fists elsewhere, thus tipping her hand about her sexuality. “I’d enjoy using my fists on her,” Daniels tweeted. “…take that how you will. *wink wink* Besides she won’t be able to spew her nonsense with her mouth full.”
Twitter users immediately asked Daniels if she was coming out as a lesbian. Daniels clarified that she labels herself “bisexual.”
Nope…I like to fuck men and women. It's called bisexual.
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) January 16, 2019
Stormy Daniels rose to mainstream prominence after coming forward about a one-night stand with Donald Trump. During the 2016 campaign, she alleges, Trump tried to pay her off by offering $130,000 in hush money to keep her account of the affair silent. Daniels also signed a nondisclosure agreement about her relationship with Trump at the direction of Trump’s now-indicted lawyer Michael Cohen. The attempted payoff potentially violates campaign finance law.