Stormy Daniels on testifying to Congress: 'I have no fear of being under oath'
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Adult-film star Stormy Daniels said Tuesday that she is prepared to testify before Congress under oath following reports that House Democrats plan to probe President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump rails against impeachment in speech to Texas farmers Trump administration planning to crack down on 'birth tourism': report George Conway on Trump adding Dershowitz, Starr to legal team: 'Hard to see how either could help' MORE’s role in alleged hush money payments.

“I have no fear of being under oath because I have have been and will be honest. Bring it!” tweeted Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford. 

The tweet comes as House Democrats reportedly plan to focus on payments Daniels and former Playboy playmate Karen McDougal received before the 2016 election to stay silent about affairs they allegedly had with Trump.


A federal probe into campaign finance violations committed by Trump’s former personal attorney Michael CohenMichael Dean CohenTreasury adviser pleads guilty to making unauthorized disclosures in case involving Manafort Michael Cohen calls for early release from prison The rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in 2019 MORE for his role in the payments made to the women alleging affairs ended earlier this year without bringing charges. However, Democrats reportedly believe there is enough evidence to pursue an inquiry of their own, and they intend to call witnesses to testify when they return to Congress next week.

Cohen is currently serving three years in prison for campaign finance violations stemming from the hush money payments, among other federal crimes. He testified under oath earlier this year that Trump directed the payments that led to the campaign finance violations.

The House Judiciary Committee will hold hearings on the payments that could take place as early as October.

The committee’s inquiry will look into the payments Daniels and McDougal received as part of its more comprehensive prove into alleged crimes committed by Trump and whether they add to the case to bring articles of impeachment against the president.

To date, more than 130 House Democrats have publicly voiced support for opening an impeachment inquiry into Trump.