Things are going from bad to worse for our fearless leader Donald Trump. Michael Wolff, author of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, made several headline-making accusations in his explosive book, and now he claims there was one piece of gossip that he had to leave out, but he is telling people to read between the lines.
According to Wolff, President Trump is currently cheating on his wife, Melania.
Wolff appeared on the most recent episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, and he revealed the affair during his interview, but wouldn’t give a name of the President’s alleged mistress.
“There is something in the book that I was absolutely sure of, but it was so incendiary that I just didn’t have the ultimate proof,” Wolf explained. “I didn’t have the blue dress,” referring to the piece of evidence that exposed former President Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.
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Maher continued to press for details, and Wolff said that the President is currently cheating on his wife, adding that the White House has “back doors” where people can enter without being noticed.
He then said that if readers look to a certain paragraph towards the end of the book, they will know who it is, now that he has revealed the affair. He claimed that once readers hit that paragraph, they will say “bingo.”
No one from the White House has responded to Wolff’s most recent accusation, but when he released his book, the President wrote on Twitter that it was phony and full of lies and misrepresentations.
This latest cheating scandal comes just days after reports surfaced that Trump had an affair with porn star Stormy Daniels back in 2006, just months after Melania gave birth to their son Barron.
Trump reportedly had his attorney, Michael Cohen, pay Daniels $130,000 just before the 2016 election to keep quiet about her alleged physical relationship with the future President, and she also signed a non-disclosure agreement.
Trump campaign could have made illegal payments to Stormy Daniels, watchdog group says https://t.co/CKsreEHSqf
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Earlier this year, Steve Bannon claimed that Daniels isn’t the only woman to have received a payout when Trump was running for office, saying that lawyers paid off 100 women during his Presidential campaign.
Trump’s first marriage to Ivanka Trump ended in the early nineties after his headline-making affair with Marla Maples. The 71-year-old later married Maples in 1993, but they divorced six years later.
The President married the First Lady in 2005, but Wolff says that nearly everyone that worked on the Trump campaign called their marriage “perplexing.” They spent very little time together, sometimes going days without speaking, even when they were both living together in Trump Tower.
But, for Donald Trump, this is apparently a recipe for success, telling friends that he had finally perfected the art of marriage – “Do your own thing.”