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The last two days Ian Power and myself have had multiple discussions on Pulse Mornings on Stormy Daniel’s alleged affair with Donald Trump. The adult film star claims her and orange-face-man had a consensual one night love affair in 2006 and she was paid $130,000 to keep quiet about it during the 2016 presidential election. Now she’s suing Trump’s personal lawyer for defamation saying his team has portrayed her as having lied about the whole thing and as a result she wants to remove herself from a nondisclosure agreement to gain back some control on the matter. Trump, not surprisingly, denies he ever did the horizontal dance with Daniels. Whatever your take on the whole thing, the story has ignited some interesting conversations, one of them being does the saying “Once a cheater always a cheater” ring true? Also, would you take back a boyfriend or husband who has cheated? When I was younger my answer to both of those questions would’ve been a quick “yes” and “no” (respectively). Now, I’m not so sure. If my boyfriend cheated on me and never told me and the only way I found out was through a friend or neighbour then I most likely would kick him to the curb. However if he came to me and admitted that he had screwed up and felt horrible and swore it would never happen again I would most likely give him a second chance, especially if there’s kids involved. Nobody’s perfect and some people deserve a second chance, at least in my opinion. However Trump doesn’t deserve a second chance. The fact a former playboy model has also come forward claiming she had an affair with him in 2006 leads one to believe the mans got a wandering eye and hands (ew, those tiny hands). Time to kick him to the curb Melania!

– Vanessa