WASHINGTON — The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that it obtained reports of a polygraph exam taken by adult superstar Stormy Daniels that supported her account of an affair she said she had with President Trump before he took office.
Daniels took the polygraph on May 19, 2011, in Las Vegas. Results show that she truthfully said she had unprotected sex with Trump around July 2006.
According to Ronald D. Slay, an examiner at Western Security Consultants, Daniels “presented herself well in outward appearance of credibility” during the polygraph exam.
“There were no observable indications of intent to deceive,” Slay said.
Below are the polygraph questions, answers and determinations:
Question: Around July 2006, did you have vaginal intercourse with Donald Trump?
Question: Around July 2006, did you have unprotected sex with Donald Trump?
Question: Did Trump say you would get on “The Apprentice?”
Slay concluded in the exam: “In the opinion of this examiner [Stormy Daniels] is truthful about having unprotected vaginal intercourse with Donald Trump in July 2006.”
Since 2011, Daniels and Trump lawyer Michael Cohen have battled over her allegations of an affair, a standoff that has now reached the White House.
Cohen has acknowledged a $130,000 payment, but denied it violated campaign finance laws or had to do with the election.
The standoff is escalating as Daniels seeks to go public with details of her claims of an affair. Her CBS “60 Minutes” interview is set to air on Sunday.
In related news, Trump faces two more lawsuits related to alleged relationships he had with women before he entered the Oval Office.
On Tuesday, former Playboy model Karen McDougal filed suit to be freed from a nondisclosure agreement she made to remain silent about an alleged affair she had with Trump.
McDougal is suing American Media Inc., the company that owns the National Enquirer, which allegedly paid her $150,000 not to discuss her affair.
The other suit involves a former “Apprentice contestant who accused Trump of groping her. A New York court has allowed the case to move forward as a defamation lawsuit against Trump.
Pictured: Stormy Daniels sitting for polygraph test (via Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti)