Adult film star Stormy Daniels throws luxurious Superbowl bash in Vegas as Trump holds a traditional party at Palm Beach
The President chatted with a line up of cheerleaders ahead of the Super Bowl 2018 at the Trump International Golf Club near West Palm Beach
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels is banking on the fame she received after news broke out of her alleged affair with President Trump. Daniels is doing as much as she can to not let go of the media attention she's enjoying. And that includes throwing parties as well.
There was non-stop coverage on the former pornstar's supposed rendezvous with Trump and now it looks like Daniels is cashing the check the media blatantly handed to her.
Stormy Daniels has a Super Bowl play.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) 29 January 2018
She's hosting a party on Sunday at Sapphire Las Vegas Gentleman's Club.
Tickets start at $75 + tax.
In what many might consider a co-incidence, President Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump threw a lavish jamboree in Florida at the same time constituting of cheerleaders and a brass band playing the famous Boogie Wonderland. In pictures, one can see how the president conversed with a bevy of cheerleaders ahead of the Super Bowl 2018 at the Trump International Golf Club situated at the West Palm Beach.
A marching band performed hits such as Hail to the Chief and Shut Up and Dance along with a dance troupe accompaniment as they met with President Trump and his wife Melania, the first lady of the United States. Trump told them: "Great job, great talent, enjoy the game."
At the celebration, Melania donned a satin red, white and blue football tee with tight white trousers and a pair of chic, black stiletto heels. Following the Trump tradition, he had hosted a super bowl party at the same venue last year; however, the first couple got out of the bash before the game of the day ended. In the meanwhile, Stormy Daniels threw her own Super Bowl party at the Las Vegas gentlemen's club Sapphire.
Also, earlier in the day, the president mocked some football players referring to the controversial kneeling by stars like Colin Kaepernick during the national anthem. The 'Take a Knee' row has caused many football players to kneel repeatedly when the 'Star-spangled Banner' is played before a match: a gesture to denounce racial discrimination against minorities in the state.
After the kneeling row came to the fore, President Trump had famously responded in a series of tweets, taking the offensive against disrespecting the national anthem. He once said: "Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a b**** off the field right now, out, he's fired, he's fired."
In earlier news, Trump urged NFL players to stand for the national anthem and keep their resentment aside for those few minutes. The statement read:
"As many Americans come together to watch the Super Bowl, Melania and I extend our greetings and appreciation for those who make occasions like this possible, particularly the brave men and women of our armed forces.
“We owe these heroes the greatest respect for defending our liberty and our American way of life.
"Their sacrifice is stitched into each star and every stripe of our Star-Spangled Banner."
During the run up to the presidential election, Donald Trump had cited that he had the support of New England Patriots star Tom Brady and their head coach Bill Belichick. Brady had also donned a 'Make America Great Again' cap in his locker, although he never publicly endorsed Trump's candidacy.
Having said that, pornstar Stormy Daniels deserves respect for slamming down on the pedal of fame and throwing a massive party for the biggest game of the year.
Reacting to the brewing rumors, The Daily Caller's David Hookestead said, "I guess you have to do whatever you have to do in order to cling to a little fame. I believe the saying is that you should hate the game and not the player."
"Also, who pays to party with a porn star? Is that a real normal thing? I’m not saying you can’t party with porn stars. I’m sure it happens all the time, and it’s legit if you are actually just partying with them. Paying to party with them? Seems like a weird move," he added.
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