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    Twitter Trolls Get Some New Food After Trump Tweets About Stormy Daniels' Sketch

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    The adult film star unveiled an artist’s sketch of a man she says threatened her and her daughter in 2011, warning her to keep silent about her alleged 2006 affair with Donald Trump.

    President Trump tweeted the drawing of the alleged suspect, who supposedly told Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, to “leave Trump alone.” POTUS has called the sketch a “total con job” and has once again drawn an incredible amount of attention to the highly scandalized story told by Daniels.

    The fact that Daniels and her lawyer Michael Avenatti are offering a $131,000 reward for the correct identification of the individual has, unsurprisingly, made social media explode. As soon as Donald Trump retweeted the sketch, leaving it all to Twitterians’ imagination, the majority of users realized that the man in the drawing bore a striking resemblance to the porn star’s ex-boyfriend…

    Some suggested that it was the New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady:

    …and other NFL stars:

    Others poked fun at Trump, who largely contributed to the news headlines when he shared the sketch with his followers:

    There were also those who thought that the guy looked like one of Trump’s security staffers:

    Another netizen noted the irony of the entire situation:

    One user has even started an opinion poll on Twitter to find out who the “thug” looks like…

    …and many laid out their options:

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