Here's how Donald Trump could have just helped Stormy Daniels' legal case
President Donald Trump and adult actress Stormy Daniels, in a 2006 Myspace photo.

President Donald Trump broke his silence about his alleged affair with adult film actress Stormy Daniels aboard Air Force One on Thursday by saying he had no knowledge of the "hush agreement" issued by his lawyer — and that admission could have legal ramifications for the actress' lawsuit against him.


The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Balhaus noted on Twitter that if it's true that the president had no knowledge of the $130,000 payout sent from his attorney Michael Cohen to Daniels that accompanied a nondisclosure agreement she signed just before the 2016 election, then it could free her from said NDA.

"Trump’s denial of any knowledge of the payment could help Stormy Daniels’s argument that her NDA is invalid, according to legal experts who say the contract language require’s Trump assent," Balhaus wrote.