BEVERLY HILLS — Hustler Magazine has just announced that its July 2018 issue will feature an archival shoot with Stormy Daniels.
The photos were initially printed in 2003 — three years before Daniels' alleged affair with Donald Trump — and are NSFW.
The shoot paired Daniels with fellow political upender, former gubernatorial candidate Mary Carey. A rep said that “nothing is left to the imagination."
The issue drops next Tuesday, May 8.
Two days ago, Daniels filed a defamation suit against Trump. She is also currently participating in the investigation of his lawyer, Michael Cohen, for which she appeared in court.
The story is currently in a whirl, with Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani telling CNN that the president reimbursed Cohen for the payment made to Daniels.
Trump subsequently changed his story about Daniels, said CNN. Developing news has revealed that the president, "who previously said he was not aware of the $130,000 Cohen paid to Daniels before the 2016 eletion in an effort to keep her quiet," verbally denied that "campaign money was used to reimburse Cohen," claiming instead that the lawyer was on a retainer. It had, Trump tweeted, "nothing to do with the campaign, from which he entered into, through reimbursement, a private contract between two parties."
This has been the first acknowledgement made by Trump that the interaction occurred and that he was aware of it. Giuliani's revelations have complicated matters further and caused grave concern about the violation of campaign finance laws.
Former FEC chairman Bradley Smith told CNN, "I don't think it matters whether Trump paid Cohen back or not. The standard is: it's a campaign expenditure if it is an obligation that would not exist were it not for the campaign."