MELBOURNE — TV newsmagazine program “60 Minutes Australia” placed the lens on Stormy Daniels last night in a new profile of the adult superstar.
Daniels, in a 23-minute segment that was broadcast in Australia, revealed how 90 seconds of what she describes as “the least impressive” sex she has ever had has led to one of the top political scandals in U.S. history.
Daniels, who is slated to host the 2019 XBIZ Awards, recounted her affair with President Trump before he took over the Oval Office.
She also defended her claims about the affair, telling "60 Minutes Australia" that if she was going to lie about a tryst with a celebrity she would have picked "somebody way less embarrassing than Donald Trump."
In her tell-all memoir "Full Disclosure," released last week, Daniels said that sex with Trump was "the least impressive sex I'd ever had." She spent two pages on Trump in the book, including five paragraphs describing his genitalia, which she compared to "the mushroom character in Mario Kart."
Daniels said she included the intimate details "to prove that I'm not lying" but regretted body shaming.
She told "60 Minutes Australia" she didn't want to humiliate Trump with her book.
"I feel a little conflicted about the book," she said. "I did not want to hurt him. My intention was for people to stop hurting me."
Daniels filed a lawsuit against Trump in March to be released from a $130,000 nondisclosure agreement she signed days before the 2016 presidential election in exchange for her silence regarding their extramarital affair. The deal was brokered by Michael Cohen, Trump's former longtime lawyer.
Another Trump attorney filed court documents in California in September stating his client would no longer enforce the arrangement, effectively negating Daniels' suit.
Daniels’ first interview over the political scandal appeared on “60 Minutes” in America.
The “60 Minutes Australia” episode will also air in New Zealand. Check out the “60 Minutes Australia” interview here.