(NEW) Former US President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks at the Republican Party of Florida’s Freedom Summit. November 4, 2023, Kissimmee, Florida, USA: Former President of the United States Donald J. Trump delivers remarks at the Republican Party of Florida’s Freedom Summit. Credit: Kyle Mazza/TheNews2 (Foto: Kyle Mazza/Thenews2/Deposit Photos)

Liberal comedian Bill Maher slammed adult film star Stormy Daniels last week for her testimony during the criminal trial against former President Donald Trump, claiming that Daniels is a “bad witness” after playing clips of his 2018 interview with her.

Daniels sang a completely different tune in 2018 than she is currently singing. In 2018 Daniels claimed that “It’s not a ‘Me Too’ case. I wasn’t assaulted. I wasn’t attacked, or raped, or coerced, or blackmailed. … They tried to shove me in the MeToo box to further their own agenda. And first of all, I didn’t want to be part of that because it’s not the truth and I’m not a victim in that regard”, Daily Wire reported.

Daniels now claims that her life descended into “chaos” in 2018, that she “blacked out” during the encounter and that she was “trying to think about anything other than what was happening there” Daniels testified recently.

“She’s a porn star! … Do you really think she blacked out? A porn star is used to having sex with people she doesn’t [like] … I just think she’s not a good witness”, Maher said on his show on Friday.

In 2016, Trump lawyer and personal fixer, Michael Cohen, paid Daniels $130,000 to keep quiet about the sexual encounter with Trump in July 2006. Trump is charged with 34 felony charges although he has denied any wrongdoing.

Both Daniels and Cohen have run into legal troubles of their own in recent years.

Last year Daniels was ordered to pay Trump over $600,000 in legal fees for a failed defamation suit stemming from the same event, although it is not directly tied to the current case against Trump. Federal Judge S. James Otero ruled that Trump’s tweet attacking Daniels’ account of the incident is protected by the First Amendment.

Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to “charges of tax evasion, making false statements to a federally-insured bank, and campaign finance violations” in 2018, as well as for arranging payments to silence women who claimed that they had affairs with Trump. Cohen was sentenced to three years in jail and ordered to pay $50,000 in fines for tax evasion and campaign violations.

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