WASHINGTON — Revelations involving Stormy Daniels and President Trump in the past few months have stirred up quite a big storm (pardon the pun).
But now she may get her own piece of the highway (besides the $130,000 she reportedly earned to keep things quiet).
A Utah senator pledged Tuesday that if his colleagues insist on renaming a scenic roadway after Trump — the “Donald J. Trump Utah National Parks Highway” — he will demand that a connecting rampway be named after Daniels, an adult superstar who also is a Digital Playground contract director.
State Sen. Jim Dabakis, a democrat, told the Daily News that several different names for the ramp leading onto the highway have been mulled, but the "Stormy Daniels Rampway" appears to have gained the most traction.
"HB 481, 'Donald J. Trump Utah National Parks Highway Designation' passed House Committee 9 to 2. If it gets to the senate, I will present an amendment that the frontage road be designated as the ‘Stormy Daniels Rampway,’” Dabakis tweeted yesterday.
State Rep. Mike Noel, a republican, originally proposed the piece of legislation to honor Trump for removing protections on Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments. Trump’s executive orders last year removed 85 percent of protected lands from Bears Ears and 46 percent from Grand Staircase-Escalante.