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Lie detector test shows Stormy Daniels truthful about Trump affair

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Stormy Daniels underwent a polygraph exam about her relationship with Trump; the examiner found there was a more than 99% probability she told the truth when she said they had unprotected sex in 2006, according to a copy of the report.




In pre-test interviews before the examination, Slay wrote that Clifford “presented herself well in outward appearance of credibliity.” The report went on to say there were “no observable indications of intent to deceive,” and it provided some background into Clifford’s first meeting with Mr. Trump as well as details of a sexual encounter that transpired after she was invited to his hotel in 2006.

“She said Mr. Trump told her he could get her on ‘The Apprentice.’ She doubted he would be able to do that because of ‘who I am,’ the report said.

According to examination, Clifford responded “yes” to the following questions:

  1. Around July 2006, did you have vaginal intercourse with Donald Trump?
  2. Around July 2006 did you have unprotected sex with Donald Trump?
  3. Did Trump say you would get on “The Apprentice?”

The examination found Clifford’s response to question one to be +9 truthful and question two to be +6 truthful, according to a system in which a +4 or more is deemed adequate to determine truthfulness. Her answer on “The Apprentice” was evaluated to be +1 or inconclusive.

A lawyer for Stormy Daniels paid $25,000 on Mon­day to buy the rights to video footage of the for­mer adult-film ac­tress tak­ing a lie-de­tec­tor test about an al­leged sex­ual en­counter with Pres­i­dent Trump, the poly­graph ex­am-iner who ad­min­is­tered the test said.

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READ: Inspector General Report on Justice Department, FBI, Clinton emails

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READ:House GOP interim findings on Clinton email investigation

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A Republican-authored document detailing some of the preliminary findings of a joint investigation by the House Judiciary and Oversight committees into the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

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Sarah Sanders, Raj Shah planning to depart the White House

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Two of the most visible members of the Trump administration are planning their departures, the latest sign of upheaval in a White House marked by turmoil.

Press secretary Sarah Sanders and principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah are both heading for the exits, according to sources inside the White House and close to the administration. Sanders, who has become a confidante of President Trump since the departure of former communications director Hope Hicks, has told friends that she plans to leave the administration at the end of the year.

Shah is also considering his exit, but he has not yet settled on an exact date. Neither Sanders nor Shah immediately responded to repeated requests for comment.

(CBS NEWS)

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