Appearing on ABC News' "Good Morning America," Drake stressed that Daniels was being honest about the threat, noting that Daniels had spoken to Drake about it twice.
"She actually told me about the threat twice," Drake said. "So the first time she told me about the threat was shortly after it happened. She relayed the experience to me. I said something like, ‘I'm so sorry, I can't even imagine. What are you going to do?"
The second time that Daniels mentioned the incident to her was in 2016, shortly after Drake came forward with her own sexual misconduct allegations against Trump.
"She goes, ‘Remember what I told you about all those years ago,'" Drake said. "She goes, ‘Be careful, be really careful. You know, don't be alone.'"
In October 2016, Drake held a news conference with attorney Gloria Allred and accused Trump of sexually assaulting her and two other acquaintances in 2006 at a golf event in Nevada. Drake claimed at the conference that Trump had "grabbed each of us tightly in a hug and kissed each one of us without asking permission."
Reflecting on the incident, Drake told GMA that she believed Trump was "vetting us to see which one or how many of us he liked." According to Drake, after they all left, an associate of Trump called her and offered her $10,000 to return. Though Drake had refused, Daniels, who was also at the event, opted to go with Trump.
"I relayed my experience to her," Drake said of Daniels. "Like, what happened with me after we left the room. At the time that I relayed that experience to her, I didn't yet know of her experience — until she said, ‘He didn't offer to pay me.'"
Drake later indicated that she has no intention to sell her story or sue 45. She is only speaking up now because she wanted to back up Daniels' claims.
Allred, who joined Drake during the interview, chimed into the conversation saying that Trump should be mindful of what he goes tweeting about when it comes to her client.
"If he gets enraged and upset and says something about Jessica that is, in fact, defamatory, then we're gonna need to review our legal options," Allred stated.
This report comes days after Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti released a composite sketch of the man who allegedly threatened her.