Melania Trump calls Stormy Daniels 'porn hooker' in secret tapes, appears jealous of her 2018 Vogue cover

Melania had not been offered to grace the cover of the prestigious fashion magazine since 2005, when she married President Donald Trump and posed in her wedding dress


                            Melania Trump calls Stormy Daniels 'porn hooker' in secret tapes, appears jealous of her 2018 Vogue cover
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Melania Trump's former friend and advisor Stephanie Wolkoff, who wrote the bombshell tell-all 'Melania And Me,' recently released a recorded tape in which the FLOTUS is heard expressing shock at Vogue’s decision to do a photoshoot of porn star Stormy Daniels, who allegedly had an affair with President Donald Trump when the first lady was pregnant with their son, Barron Trump.

The recording of the conversation Wolkoff had with Melania was shared with Hollywood Life. In the tape, a surprised FLOTUS calls Daniels a "hooker" despite the fact that there is only evidence of the latter starring in adult films and nothing beyond that. In the tape, recorded in July 2018, Melania found it ridiculous that Daniels had landed a Vogue cover. "It’s the porn hooker. Annie Leibovitz shot the porn hooker, and she’ll be in one of the issues," she said in the recording. 

When Wolkoff asked her then-friend who it was whom Leibovitz, a world-renowned photographer, shot, the first lady said, “Stormy." Melania continued, “Oh, you didn’t read it? Yesterday [it] came up. For Vogue. She shot her.” While Daniels appeared in the August 2018 issue of Vogue with her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, Melania had not been offered to grace the cover of the prestigious fashion magazine since 2005, when she married President Donald Trump and posed in her wedding dress. As a result, according to Wolkoff, the FLOTUS was in disbelief that the former model had not been invited back to feature on Vogue since she entered the White House but the adult film actress had been offered the cover. 

Stormy Daniels and attorney Michael Avenatti are seen at The Abbey on May 23, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. (Getty Images)

Wolkoff is scheduled to appear in the October 5 episode of 'Mea Culpa', the podcast hosted by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, who is currently serving a three-year sentence in home confinement after pleading guilty in December 2018 to tax evasion and campaign finance violations. Cohen was the one who reportedly paid Daniels $130,000 hush money for her silence about her affair with Trump. 

As to why Wolkoff decided to release the tapes that she recorded for her “own protection and proof of innocence" because she knew that fingers would be raised at her after the release of her controversial book. “When I wrote Melania and Me I knew that every word of it would be subject to potential scrutiny, so I made sure everything in the book was not only accurate but fully provable. I will not sit back and allow the First Lady’s chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, continue claiming I am  [dishonest] to discredit the veracity of Melania and Me. Because the White House’s false claims about my character and integrity continue, I’ve had to take all appropriate steps to defend my name, which is why I released the tapes," she said. 

Grisham told Hollywood Life in a statement in September after 'Melania and Me' was published that, “This book is not only wildly self-aggrandizing, it’s just not truthful. It is an exercise in bizarre twisting of the truth and misguided blame for the sake of self-pity. It’s unfortunate and concerning that she’s overstated their friendship and her very brief role in the White House to this degree.”