Piers Morgan teases Stormy Daniels interview

Piers Morgan teases Stormy Daniels interview

Piers Morgan is walking straight into the eye of the Stormy scandal.

The “Piers Morgan Uncensored” host tweeted Friday morning that he will be airing the first exclusive interview with adult film star Stormy Daniels following former President Donald Trump’s bombshell indictment at 4 p.m. EST.

“I’ve got the first world exclusive interview with the woman who sparked the scandal,” Morgan said.

Trump, 76, reported faces more than 30 fraud charges from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office stemming from hush money payments he made to Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal.

He is expected to be arraigned on Tuesday.

Morgan’s sitdown with Daniels – real name Stephanie Gregory Clifford – comes one year after Trump famously stormed out of an interview with the Post columnist.

Clips from the confrontation show the bumbling real estate tycoon becoming increasingly frustrated with Morgan’s questions about the 2020 election and Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Trump called the veteran journalist “very dishonest” and “a fool” before storming away.

Daniels, 44, responded to Trump’s indictment on Thursday evening by popping champagne – and celebrating the fact that her merchandise was reportedly flying off the shelves.

Donald Trump with porn actress Stephanie Clifford in July 2006.
Trump (left) allegedly used campaign funds to reimburse a $130,000 payment to Daniels (right) ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
Stormy Daniels

“Thank you to everyone for your support and love!” the self-proclaimed paranormal investigator wrote.

“I have so many messages coming in that I can’t respond…also don’t want to spill my champagne…#Teamstormy merch/autograph orders are pouring in, too! Thank you for that as well but allow a few extra days for shipment.”

Trump and Daniels allegedly had an affair in 2006. During his 2016 campaign, the businessman’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, paid the Louisiana native $130,000 to deny the liaison.

While Trump continues to deny the tryst, Cohen plead guilty to his role in the payoff in 2018 and was sentenced to three years behind bars.

Daniels’ attorney, Clifford Brewster, tweeted on Thursday night that Trump’s indictment was “no cause for joy,” but applauded the recognition that “no one is above the law.”

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