'Tiny' Vs. 'Horseface': Trump Slings Mud With Stormy Daniels After Courtroom Win

'Tiny' Vs. 'Horseface': Trump Slings Mud With Stormy Daniels After Courtroom Win

'Tiny' Vs. 'Horseface': Trump Slings Mud With Stormy Daniels After Courtroom Win

Attorney Michael Avenatti fired a warning shot in response to President Donald Trump's tweets in which he called Avenatti's client, adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, "Horseface".

Trump went on: "She will confirm the letter she signed!"

Hostin noted that only one claim against Trump was thrown out; the judge dismissed a defamation lawsuit and ordered Daniels to pay the president's legal fees. She sued him in April after he said a composite sketch of a man she said threatened her in 2011 to keep quiet about their alleged affair was a "con job".

The US leader, who revels in making up nicknames for opponents and critics, also launched tweets about "Pocahontas" Elizabeth Warren, a liberal senator seen as a potential 2020 presidential candidate, whom Trump ridicules for trying to prove she is part Native American.

"Bring everything you have, because we are going to demonstrate to the world what a complete shyster and liar you are", Avenatti tweeted minutes after Trump. "How many other women did you cheat on your wife with while you had a baby at home?" he tweeted.

Avenatti had already vowed to appeal and said he's confident the ruling will be reversed.

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In an interview with CBS News earlier this year, Ms Daniels said a stranger had approached her while she was with her young daughter, and had threatened her. "Trump's contrary claims are as deceptive as his claims about the inauguration attendance". The statement was released to the media that month by Trump's then-attorney, Michael Cohen.

"Trump's disgusting attacks aren't acceptable coming from anyone", said Rep.

Ms Daniels hit back at Mr Trump's remarks, saying his reaction "demonstrated his incompetence, hatred of women and lack of self control on Twitter AGAIN!".

"If this Court were to prevent Mr Trump from engaging in this type of "rhetorical hyperbole" against a political adversary, it would significantly hamper the office of the president", the judge wrote. Daniels wrote. "And perhaps a penchant for bestiality".

In a separate lawsuit, Daniels seeks to dissolve a nondisclosure agreement concerning the alleged affair, which was signed days before the 2016 election.

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