Stormy Daniels Worries Trump Indictment Will Backfire

Alvin Bragg’s indictment of Donald Trump is not working out the way Bragg hoped.

Bragg is the one under a microscope.

And now Alvin Bragg has a major problem because of what Stormy Daniels just said.

As Great American Daily reports:

Adult film star Stormy Daniels was at the center of a years-long witch hunt against Donald Trump.

Now that Soros-backed District Attorney Alvin Bragg hit Trump with a 34-count sham indictment Daniels is speaking out.

Stormy Daniels just made this major admission about Donald Trump’s arrest.

In an exclusive interview with the New York Post, Stormy Daniels was happy to dish on Bragg’s politically motivated arrest of Trump.

The Post is owned by Rupert Murdoch — who also owns Fox News and the Wall Street Journal — who made it clear to Trump after last year’s midterm elections that his media empire will oppose Trump’s re-election.

So it was not surprising to see the Post provide Daniels a platform to speak out.

In the interview Daniels said the one thing she would change about the sequence of events she put in motion would have been to “not go to that hotel room” with Trump in Lake Tahoe where she claims she and Trump had an affair.

Trump denies the affair ever took place and Daniels also denied the affair on multiple occasions while also saying her denial was not part of any financial agreement.

Michael Cohen paying Daniels $130,000 as part of a nondisclosure agreement in October 2016 formed the basis of Bragg’s sham indictment.

The Soros-funded Bragg elevated a misdemeanor charge of falsifying business records into a felony by claiming Trump concealed accepting an illegal campaign donation in the form of the settlement payment.

The Federal Election Commission never ruled that the payment violated federal election rules and the Department of Justice never prosecuted Trump on these charges.

Bragg is trying to claim Trump covered up a crime the federal government never charged him with and no one with enforcement jurisdiction accused him of committing.

Daniels then told the Post that this indictment of Trump would backfire depending on who is elected the next president as Daniels worried if Trump gets convicted another Republican will win.

“It depends on who would get elected instead. It could be even worse,” Daniels stated. “And then I’ve made the most terrible mistake.”

Daniels then admitted she thought getting revenge on Trump would leave her feeling “vindicated” but that ended up not being the case.

“I thought I would feel excited and vindicated,” Daniels began.

Daniels then claimed a jury of Democrats in New York convicting Trump would “definitely be a giant step closer in that direction but I don’t think it’ll ever be 100%,” but that Daniels would still feel empty because tens of millions of Americans are “unwilling to admit that they were wrong or that he lies.”

Those Americans believe Trump because they see Daniels and Cohen as pawns in the left’s crusade to bring down Trump.

Both Cohen and Daniels changed their story on multiple occasions and many Americans believe that after they got swept up in the anti-Trump hysteria on the left they would say whatever they felt they needed to.

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