Donald Trump Calls Stormy Daniels a 'Horseface' On Twitter, Daniels Fires Back

US President Donald Trump celebrated the dismissal of a defamation suit brought against him by adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, calling Daniels "Horseface" and vowing to retaliate against her and her attorney.

Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said President Trump scored a big win when a federal judge tossed out Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit, but Trump detracted from his victory by bashing Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti on Twitter.

"I'm a father to two daughters. how do you tell your kids to look up to the president of the United States when he behaves in this manner?", Avenatti said. She will confirm the letter she signed. Game on, Tiny." She added, "I see someone finally made it to chapter 3. After her lawyer released a composite sketch of the man, Trump accused Clifford in an April tweet of "a total con job' concerning a "nonexistent man".

Asked how Daniels reacted to Trump's insult, Avenatti said she was "incredulous". "How many other women did you cheat on your wife with while you had a baby at home?" he tweeted.

Daniels later responded to the president's comments directly, slamming Mr. Trump for his "incompetence, hatred of women and lack of self control" on social media.

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The defamation claim is separate from another lawsuit that Daniels filed against Trump, which is continuing.

Trump has long mocked her assertion to have Native American blood, latching on to a disproven theory that Warren used her tribal heritage claim to advance an academic career at Harvard University.

In dismissing the suit, the judge said Mr. Trump's tweet was a "hyperbolic statement" against a political adversary. And perhaps a penchant for bestiality.

Daniels claims that her affair with Trump took place in July 2006, four months after the birth of Trump's third son, Barron.

Among the things she has discussed are her knowledge about intimate details of the now-president, to which she alluded again on Tuesday. Daniels was paid $130,000 as part of a nondisclosure agreement signed days before the 2016 election and is suing to dissolve that contract.

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