“I think if it’s not guilty we got to decide what to do” Stormy Daniels’ Husband Says Family May Flee Country if Trump is Acquitted

 “I think if it’s not guilty we got to decide what to do” Stormy Daniels’ Husband Says Family May Flee Country if Trump is Acquitted

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Stormy Daniels and her family are considering leaving the country if former President Donald Trump is found not guilty in his criminal hush money case, her husband revealed in an exclusive interview with CNN on Tuesday.

Barrett Blade, Daniels’ husband and also an actor in the adult film industry, appeared on “Out Front” approximately a week after Daniels testified about the affair she claims to have had with Trump. Trump, however, denies any such encounter. This affair is a central element of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s criminal case against the former president.

Blade explained that Daniels is constantly harassed by Trump loyalists who blame her for the legal troubles Trump faces. Trump’s charges allege that he falsified business records to conceal hush money payments made to Daniels before the 2016 presidential election. Trump has pleaded not guilty to these charges, told Newsweek.

“I think if it’s not guilty we got to decide what to do,” Blade said. “It’s a good chance we’ll probably vacate this country.” “She’s got to deal with all the hate that feels like she’s the reason,” Blade said. “So I don’t see it as a win situation either way.” “You have a lot of experience making phony stories about sex appear real,” Necheles said during her questioning.

“That’s not how I would put it,” Daniels replied. “The sex in the films is very much real — just like what happened to me in that room… The sex is very real. That’s why it’s pornography and not a B movie.” “People have been trying to slut shame her since day one,” Blade said. “I don’t think she’s ashamed at all.”

Daniels’ husband said she prepared for her battle with Necheles by playing her favorite sport: “Twitter.” “She just wants to get on with their life, and the fact that it keeps coming back over and over and over, it creates a lot of stress,” Blade said. “It breaks my heart.”

Stephanie Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels, testified last week about her alleged affair with Trump, which she claims took place in a Lake Tahoe hotel room in 2006. During her testimony, Daniels endured a rigorous cross-examination by Trump’s attorney, Susan Necheles. Necheles tried to undermine Daniels’ credibility by focusing on her career in the adult film industry and attempted to elicit compliments about Trump’s golfing skills.

Despite the challenging testimony and the public scrutiny, Blade described Daniels as a “warrior” for her determination to share her story. He acknowledged that the experience of reliving painful moments has been difficult for her, but he praised her resilience. Blade also noted that Daniels was not surprised by Necheles’ line of questioning, having faced similar attacks on her character before.

The possibility of relocating abroad highlights the intense pressure and danger Daniels and her family feel amid the ongoing legal battle. As the trial progresses, the personal stakes for those involved continue to rise, drawing significant attention to the broader implications of the case.

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