Stormy Daniels: Trump’s Mushroom Dick Was Small But "Not Freakishly" So

Isaac Cain
September 20, 2018

America's always been fascinated with the penises of presidents, and Trump himself has openly discussed the size of it, saying he had "no problem" down there, and noting that it was not "small". "It has a huge mushroom head".

It's fantastic how much more descriptive one can get when there's sweet book deal money on the table. In Stormy Daniels' book, she calls sex with Trump "the least impressive" she's had, but "clearly, he didn't share that opinion".

Daniels was also at the centre of controversy in the United Kingdom when, after a blazing row with producers, she refused to enter the Celebrity Big Brother House.

In August 2018, Cohen pleaded guilty to eight charges, including one related to the scandal, and he stated under oath that he paid Daniels "in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office", meaning Trump.

"Stormy Daniels compares President Trump's penis to the video game character Toad from 'Mario Kart, '" Seth Meyers told his audience.

Daniels describes Trump's penis as "smaller than average" but not "freakishly small".

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And like everyone else in the world, he couldn't help but focus on her description of Trump's penis as "like the mushroom character in 'Mario Kart.'" But maybe not for the same reason as everyone else. "Like a toadstool", Daniels wrote in an excerpt published by The Guardian.

"'I had sex with that', I'd say to myself. 'He had a whole conversation about the race, repeatedly mentioning 'our plan, ' according to Daniels" account.

"Then, to make it crazier, Hillary Clinton called", Daniels wrote.

Daniels also claims that Trump invited her to be a contestant on his show The Apprentice and offered to rig the competition so that she won.

It reveals salacious details of her alleged affair with the President and accusations against him. "Even while he was on the phone with Hillary, his attention kept going back to the sharks (on TV)".

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