White House Still Denies Trump-Stormy Daniels Affair: ‘False Charges Are Settled Out of Court All the Time’

“The President strongly clearly and consistently has denied these underlying claims,” says White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah

Last Updated: March 26, 2018 @ 1:07 PM

White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah swatted back against allegations made by Stormy Daniels’ on “60 Minutes” reiterating Monday that the president continued to deny any suggestion of a sexual affair between the two.

“The president doesn’t believe that any of the claims Ms. Daniels made in the interview are accurate,” said Shah, adding, “False charges are settled out court all the time.”

“The President strongly clearly and consistently has denied these underlying claims. The only one who has been inconsistent is the one making the claims,” he said. “My understanding is that she signed the statements that conflict with what she said last night.”

While Daniels’ did admit to signing such a statement she told Anderson Cooper last night that she did so only under duress from team Trump.

“They made it sound like I had no choice,” said Daniels on “60 Minutes.” “The exact sentence used was, ‘They can make your life hell in many different ways,'” added the porn star.

It wasn’t just the president, however, who used those inconsistencies against her. On “Morning Joe” Monday, the show was sharply critical of Daniels’ and the entire “60 Minutes” exercise, saying the adult film actress was not credible and her conversation with Cooper yielded little new information.

“The fact is Stormy Daniels is not credible,” law professor and “Morning Joe” mainstay Jonathan Turley said. “She’s signed false statements.”

You can watch Shah’s denials above.