PETA tries to goad Stormy Daniels into campaign with X-rated ad targeting Trump amidst ongoing hush money trial

PETA is trying to tempt Stormy Daniels into being the face of their new anti-horse racing campaign with a mock-up ad targeting Donald Trump. 

The animal rights organization wrote to the former adult film star this week asking her to be the face of a PSA to ‘protect horses from the cruelties of horse racing’. 

They included a ‘rough mock-up’ of what the campaign would look like and promised it would take a jab at the former president. 

In the ad, Stormy stands with her back to a racetrack with the caption ‘Nobody likes a two-minute ride. Turn your back on horse racing cruelty.’

The slogan is a reference to her past claims that Trump only lasted two minutes in bed during the sexual encounter that has been at the center of his ongoing hush money trial. 

PETA included a ‘rough mock-up’ of what the campaign would look like and promised it would take a jab at the former president

Stormy is a key witness in Trump’s ongoing trial, where the former president is accused of falsifying business records in an effort to hide the hush money payment made to Stormy after their 2006 affair.

Stormy has testified about the $130,000 non-disclosure agreement she signed with Trump’s then-attorney Michael Cohen in 2016.

PETA applauded Stormy for taking a stand against Trump in their letter, saying ‘we are inspired by your strength and courage’ and urged her to use her platform for good. 

They said: ‘Every week, an average of 24 horses shatter bones and die at racetracks across the country, and the distressing number of deaths continue to mount. 

‘Last year alone, 16 horses died at Churchill Downs in the weeks leading to the Kentucky Derby. As documented by PETA in this heartbreaking video, Lost in Limbo was one of them. 

‘While Churchill Downs did listen to our pleas and suspended racing, it has yet to make any meaningful changes to protect horses.’

They attached an example of what the advert could look like, poking fun at the former president with the tagline: ‘Nobody likes a two-minute ride. Turn your back on horse racing cruelty.’

PETA applauded Stormy for taking a stand against Trump in their letter, saying ‘we are inspired by your strength and courage’ and urged her to use her platform for good.

Stormy Daniels with lawyer Clark Brewster before testifying at the trial in May 

Stormy is a key witness in Trump’s ongoing trial, where the former president is accused of falsifying business records in an effort to hide the hush money payment made to Stormy after their 2006 affair

The slogan is a reference to comments Stormy made about Trump in a 2018 interview with Vogue. 

When asked about her encounter with Trump she said: ‘How many details can you really give about two minutes? Maybe. I’m being generous.’

PETA said the ad was just a ‘rough mock-up’ and added: ‘We work with wonderful celebrity photographers, groomers, and stylists, and will tailor a concept specifically for you.’

They promised: ‘Your voice could make a significant difference in protecting these magnificent animals. Thank you for your time and consideration.’ 

Closing arguments in Trump’s ongoing trial started on Tuesday morning after nearly six weeks of testimony. 

Stormy has testified about the $130,000 non-disclosure agreement she signed with Trump’s then-attorney Michael Cohen in 2016

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s team will wrap up all the evidence and witness testimony they claim is sufficient enough to nail Trump on 34 felony counts of ‘falsifying business records.’

Trump’s attorney team is expected to lay out a strong defense of the former president, distancing him from Cohen’s payments to Stormy Daniels.

They will also reiterate several of their points, that hush money payments are not illegal and Trump solely wanted to spare his family humiliation from Stormy’s alleged affair claims.

The outcome of the case could be resolved in one of three manners: an acquittal, a conviction or a mistrial.

If Trump is convicted, his team will likely start the appeals process, which could take years.

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