Pornographic actress Stormy Daniels appeared on “The View” Tuesday, one day before former FBI director James Comey’s scheduled appearance on the show.
Daniels claims that she had an affair with President Donald Trump years before he ran for president (even though she once claimed that she never had sex with Trump). She released a sketch on the show, which is based on her detailed observations of the man who she claims threatened her as part of an alleged cover-up scheme to protect Trump.
The image was widely mocked on Twitter for its resemblance to both Tom Brady, the Trump-loving five-time Super Bowl champion Patriots quarterback, and to Jon Bon Jovi.
Mueller in Rosestein's office right now to get a search warrant on Bon Jovi damn this will be good… pic.twitter.com/I57Vf3q5kS
— Julie Kelly (@julie_kelly2) April 17, 2018
It looks like the person Stormy Daniels is accusing of threats is well-known Trump supporter and NE Patriots QB, Tom Brady. pic.twitter.com/Dr78szGzy7
— Big League Politics (@bigleaguepol) April 17, 2018
But astute observers pointed out that the sketch-man also resembles Stormy Daniels’ ex-husband, porn actor Brendon Miller.
Porn star Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti worked in a professional opposition-research capacity for Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and vice president Joe Biden.
Avenatti, who is also a racecar driver, worked for Emanuel’s firm The Research Group, where he served in an opposition research capacity on a Joe Biden Senate campaign.
“While in college and later in law school, Michael worked at a political opposition research and media firm run by Rahm Emanuel (who later became White House Chief of Staff and is presently the Mayor of Chicago). During his time there, Michael worked on over 150 campaigns in 42 states, including multiple gubernatorial and congressional campaigns (i.e. Joe Biden’s U.S. Senate Campaign),” according to Avenatti’s biography on his website.
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