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Stormy Daniels to appear on Michael Cohen’s podcast

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Stormy Daniels is set to appear Michael Cohen’s “Mea Culpa” podcast which will air on Feb. 9.

Podcast One, which hosts “Mea Culpa,” said in a press release Wednesday that the two will conduct a “no holds barred, tell-all interview” in which Daniels “unveils her personal feelings about what transpired between her and the former President and the relationship that changed political history.”

The interview is the first time the two have interacted, and “now they are on the same side of the Trump coin,” the release says.

Daniels tweeted in response to the news “A Storm’s a coming, baby. (And not the fun way)”

In 2016, Cohen, who was at the time former President Trump’s personal attorney, allegedly offered Daniels $130,000 to keep her from disclosing information about an affair she had with Trump. Trump has denied having an affair with Daniels.

Daniels sued Trump in 2018 to try to be released from a nondisclosure agreement regarding the affair, which was later deemed unenforceable. A California court ordered Trump to pay Daniels $44,100 in legal fees regarding the agreement in August.

The scandal was depicted in a 2018 skit on “Saturday Night Live” in which Daniels tells “Trump,” played by Alec Baldwin, “I know you don’t believe climate change is real, but a storm’s a comin,’ baby!”

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