Evangelical Leaders To Overlook President Trump’s Stormy Daniels Controversy


A storm has plagued President Trump about his alleged affair with Stormy Daniels for months. Mr President has finally broken his silence on Thursday as he stated that he did not know about a $130,000 payment made to the adult film actress Stormy Daniels for her silence, this is the first public acknowledgment of the scandal.

When questioned further an agitated Mr Trump tried to move on quickly asking “What else?” but reporters in the press cabin continued their questioning, asking why Cohen made the payment.

“You’ll have to ask Michael Cohen,” Trump said. “Michael is my attorney. You’ll have to ask Michael.”

As for the affair, It has been reported that Evangelical leaders are not planning to meet with President Donald Trump over the Stormy Daniels controversy, according to an evangelical Trump administration adviser and human rights activist.

The Christian Post reported that;

“National Public Radio published a report Friday morning citing unnamed sources who said that evangelical leaders were planning to hold a meeting with the president about the allegations from Daniels about an extramarital affair and $130,000 payoff to keep quiet.

“Johnnie Moore, an informal adviser to the Trump administration, emailed a statement to The Christian Post and other news outlets regarding the NPR story.

Moore explained that while there is an “ongoing discussion happening about a potential summit of conservative evangelicals in June in D.C.,” the conference is “at a conceptual level only” and furthermore “doesn’t center around the president at all.”

Do you believe the Evangelical Leaders should meet with President Trump about his alleged behavior and ifso, what should they say to him? Please let us know your thoughts about this matter.

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