At a conference in Tel Aviv, Israel, Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Stormy Daniels, AKA Stephanie Clifford, has no credibility because she’s an adult film actress. And later on CNN, he doubled-down on his claims and then told feminists how they should feel about porn.
Giuliani told the audience at the “Globes” Capital Marketplace conference that Melania Trump believes her husband’s claim he didn’t have an affair with Daniels, and then he said, “I respect women — beautiful women and women with value — but a woman who sells her body for sexual exploitation I don’t respect. Tell me what damage she suffered. Someone who sells his or her body for money has no good name.”
He went on to argue that Daniels is “not just generally un-credible,” but that she’s “un-credible from the point of view of wanting to get money.
Following the comments he made at the Tel Aviv conference, Giuliani told CNN, “If you’re involved in a sort of slimy business, (that) says something about you — says something about how far you’ll go to make money.”
Giuliani then told feminists how they should feel about the adult film industry, “If you’re a (feminist) and you support the porn industry, you should turn in your credentials.”
Megyn Kelly was quick to point out on a Today Show segment that Trump and Giuliani are being hypocritical because the First Lady has posed nude for money.
Kelly said: “The notion that he respects women of substance, ‘a woman who won’t sell her body for sexual exploitation. So, Melania Trump is classy and gorgeous and I really admire her. But she has posed nude for GQ magazine back in 2000. And so, to suggest that Trump would never respect, and that Giuliani wouldn’t respect anybody who’s ever sold her body for sexual exploitation — I’m not comparing the two, posing nude is not the same as being a porn star. But, come on!”