Stormy Daniels made a surprise appearance on “Saturday Night Live” to deliver a message to President Donald Trump: “A storm’s a coming, baby.”
The porn actress, who says she had a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006 and was paid $130,000 the month before he was elected to stay silent about it, delivered the warning to Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump in the show’s opening skit.
When the fake Trump asks Daniels what she would need to “for this all go away,” she replies: “A resignation.”
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is seeking to be released from a nondisclosure agreement. She has also filed defamation suits against Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, who paid her the money. Trump denies he and Daniels had an affair and has said he didn’t know about the settlement.
Two pictures have been released documenting the early days of Britain’s newest prince, including one that shows Prince Louis being cuddled by 3-year-old big sister Princess Charlotte. He was born April 23 and went home the same day. The two snapshots were taken by their mother, Duchess Kate, at their home in Kensington Palace. A palace statement said Sunday that Prince William and the duchess are “very pleased” to share the photos. It said the royal couple want to thank the public for “all of the kind messages” received since Louis’ birth.
Johnny Cash’s home gets historic status
The Man in Black’s boyhood home has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program announced Friday that the home in Dyess where Johnny Cash lived from age 3 through high school has been added to the register. Dyess is a small Arkansas town close to the Tennessee border. The five-room farmhouse was built in 1934 as part of the Dyess Resettlement Colony by the Federal Emergency Relief Administration. The house is owned by Arkansas State University, which spent $575,000 to buy, restore, furnish and landscape the property. Cash died in 2003 at 71. Among his many hit songs were “I Walk the Line” and “Ring of Fire.”
withdraws: Author Junot Diaz has withdrawn from a writers’ festival in Australia after fellow writers accused him of past sexual misconduct, organizers said Saturday. Diaz, who won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” told the New York Times through his literary agent that he takes responsibility for his past. Diaz is the latest in a series of well-known men to be accused of inappropriate sexual behavior.
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