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    The US President is in hot water again: Stephanie Clifford, a pornstar in the past commonly known under her stage name Stormy Daniels, has sued Donald Trump over the "hush agreement" in connection with their alleged affair.

    I Just Called to Say I Sue You

    According to the document, published by the actress' lawyer, the agreement "does not exist, because, among other things, Mr. Trump never signed [it]."  At the same time, the suit alleges that Clifford had an affair with Donald Trump back in 2006, which she wanted to reveal after Trump had won the Republican Party nomination.

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