David Dennison Who Shares President Donald Trump’s Alias Is Really Confused: ‘Who Came Up with My Name?’


David Dennison is a man who enjoys making people smile was stunned when he realized that President Donald Trump used the pseudonym “David Dennison” for a shady deal.  It was the pseudonym  Trump used in his deal with alleged former mistress,  Stormy Daniels, who has  filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump .


“Yesterday I started getting a deluge of people telling me on Facebook, in texts, some coming from people I haven’t spoken to in years that I am the alias for Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels,” says Dennison, a 58-year-old importer of automotive accessories from Mendham, New Jersey.

“I would love to know who came up with my name,” Dennison says. “If you are going to use an alias, isn’t John Doe or Fred Smith better than David Dennison?”

In court documents filed in Los Angeles on Tuesday and publicly shared by her attorney on Twitter, Daniels states she and Trump had multiple sexual encounters, including at a July 2006 golf tournament in Lake Tahoe and “well into the year 2007.”

She accused Trump of not signing the NDA and thus “rendering it legally null and void and of no consequence.”

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, reveals in the suit that Trump used the pseudonym “David Dennison” or “DD” in the agreement, according to court documents.

“Mr. Trump did not sign,” Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, said Wednesday on Today. “We believe that that was so that he could later claim deniability, and therefore, from a legal perspective, we believe she’s free to talk.”



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