Everything we know about Stormy Daniels' Detroit strip club appearance


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As previously reported, Stormy Daniels — the porn actress alleged to have had an extramarital affair with President Donald Trump — is set to make a Motor City appearance on Wednesday, March 14 at the strip club Truth Detroit as part of her national "Make America Horny Again Tour."

According to Truth general manager Steve (he declined to give his last name), Daniels will perform onstage at 6 p.m., 10 p.m., and midnight. Cover will be $20.

Steve says the club routinely books porn actresses on Wednesdays, and like others, Daniels is expected to sign autographs and pose for photos with fans. However, Daniels' appearance will be also be markedly different.

"We're also going to have a Trump impersonator here," Steve says. "We hired him. We did a lot of research on him. He's one of the best guys; he sounds just like him and looks just like him. I think he's from Canada."

Before the 2016 presidential election, Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, received $130,000 from Trump's personal lawyer as hush money to keep quiet about the alleged affair. The New York Times reported on Monday that Daniels' lawyer offered to return the sum in exchange for being able to speak freely about the affair. Daniels' lawyer gave Trump's lawyer until noon on Tuesday to respond.

Perhaps Daniels will be able to speak the truth at Truth Detroit.

Truth Detroit is located at 6200 E. Eight Mile Rd., Detroit; 313-733-4598; truth-Detroit.com.

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