VIDEO: Stormy’s Husband Speaks

( – In yet another attack on Donald Trump, the husband of adult film actress Stormy Daniels, Barrett Blade, has declared that his family would most likely flee the United States if the former president gets acquitted in his so-called “hush money” trial involving his wife.

Blade expressed to CNN host Erin Burnett that there is a significant likelihood of them relocating from the United States depending on the outcome of Donald Trump’s legal proceedings.

This trial involves allegations of Trump making clandestine payments to the adult film actress.

“I think if it’s not guilty, we got to decide what to do. Good chance we’ll probably vacate this country,” Blade said, cited by The Guardian.

He further elaborated on the predicaments facing Daniels regardless of the trial’s outcome, suggesting a no-win situation.

“If he is found guilty, then she’s still got to deal with all the hate. I feel like she’s the reason that he’s guilty from all his followers, so I don’t see it as a win-win situation either way,” Daniels’ husband said.

This discussion follows Daniels’ recent appearance in court, where she provided a bizarre testimony about her alleged past intimate encounter with Trump, nearly two decades earlier.

She claimed that during their interaction, Trump inquired about health precautions against sexually transmitted diseases and even drew a comparison between her and his daughter Ivanka.

“You remind me of my daughter. She is smart and blonde and beautiful and people underestimate her as well,” Trump said, according to Daniels’ allegations.

Daniels recounted a particular incident in a hotel room where she felt pressured by Trump. After returning from the restroom, she found him in a state of undress, and he blocked her from leaving while expressing his expectations of their interaction.

Central to Trump’s trial are Daniels and Michael Cohen, Trump’s ex-attorney. The allegations include Cohen coordinating with tabloid publisher David Pecker to suppress damaging news during the 2016 presidential campaign and facilitating a substantial payment to Daniels to remain silent about the affair.

Trump faces charges related to the misrepresentation of these payments in business records, falsely documenting them as fees for legal services.

During the trial, Trump’s legal representatives challenged Daniels’ credibility, with attorney Susan Necheles accusing her of fabricating sexual narratives.

Blade also defended Daniels’ integrity in response to suggestions that she had fabricated the affair.

“I think she’s a brilliant writer. So she would have written something way better than what she said about the Trump story,” he said.

“She wants to move past this. We just want to do what … normal people would get to do in some aspects, but I don’t know if that ever will be, and it breaks my heart. Everybody has their agenda for her at this point, and I don’t see people fighting back for her,” the husband concluded.

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