President Trump broke “so many false news” on Twitter on Monday after the long-awaited “60 Minutes” interview with adult film star Stormy Daniels.
“So many false news, it has never been more voluminous or inaccurate,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
“But through all this our country works perfectly!”
Daniels says he had a love affair with Trump before becoming president, and that he was paid a sum of money before the 2016 election to remain silent. Trump’s lawyer denies the alleged case.
Michael Aventi, Daniels’ lawyer, asked Monday why Trump does not tweet about his client.
“It’s not interesting that we have a president who tweets about the most mundane things, but he will not tweet about my client, about the matter, the agreement or about the $ 130,000 payment.” Aventi said “CBS this morning.”
“You know why he does not tweet about it, because it’s true, it’s 100% true.”
On Monday, Trump wrote a twitter about the economy, saying that “it looks very good”.