Former porn star Stormy Daniels thinks it would be “fun” to party with President Joe Biden’s scandal-ridden son, Hunter Biden.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, admits she “wouldn’t say no” to a White House invitation if one ever came and would enjoy partying with Hunter Biden.
“If I was invited, I wouldn’t say no — but would anybody? I mean, I want to check out the White House,” she told Page Six.
“But no, I don’t know anybody in there. I’ve had no communications. Although — oh God, here I go again, I’m going to get myself in trouble — Hunter seems like he’d be fun to party with!” added the 44-year-old ex-porn star who alleged she once had an affair with former President Donald Trump.
She also defended the president’s son, who has a party-lifestyle reputation, having videos, images and emails revealing his sordid history well-documented from the infamous abandoned “laptop from hell.”
“In a recent tax evasion indictment filed against the 53-year-old, prosecutors claim he failed to pay $1.4 million in taxes,” Daily Mail recounted. “They allege he spent this money on drugs, escorts, girlfriends, luxury hotels, rental properties, exotic cars and clothing. During that time, he was in the middle of a well-documented addiction to alcohol and crack cocaine.”
Biden, who has had a few trips to rehab and has admitted his drug problems, is currently facing federal tax charges in Los Angeles and gun charges in Delaware.
“Everybody’s like, ‘Oh my God, he didn’t pay his taxes, he used [his money] on hookers and blow.’ I’m like, ‘Like you wouldn’t do the exact same thing if you thought you could get away with it,’” Daniels told Page Six while promoting the second season of OUTtv’s “For the Love of DILFs,” a gay dating show that she hosts.
A criminal trial has been set for March 2024 concerning the “hush money” case involving Daniels and Trump, who has denied all allegations she made about their alleged affair. The former president was indicted earlier this year by a Manhattan grand jury investigating the payment of $130,000 to Daniels in 2016.
As for Hunter Biden, he is set to make his first court appearance on Jan. 11 in the tax fraud case.
“Biden, 53, was indicted earlier this month on one felony count of tax evasion for his 2018 personal taxes and two felony counts of filing a false return — one also for his 2018 personal taxes and the other for his corporate taxes on behalf of his company Owasco, PC.,” the New York Post noted. “The six misdemeanors he faces are failure to pay and failure to file charges for the 2016 through 2019 tax years.”.