Donald Trump’s health is excellent, his White House doctor said Tuesday, but his sex life didn’t come up.

Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels. Image via YouTube.com

Answers on that aspect of the president were covered by Jacob Weinberg of Slate.com.

He’s now describing a porn star’s 2016 admissions to him detailing a nearly year-long sex relationship with the future president. She said only someone who’s seen Trump naked could know what she knows. But she didn’t specify just what it is she knows about the naked president.

The White House denies that relationship and has also denied a story that Trump paid more than $100,000 in hush money to keep the affair secret.

Stephanie Clifford, the porn star known as Stormy Daniels, told Weinberg in 2016 that she’d begun a sexual relationship with Trump that continued for nearly a year.

“They’d met in New York and more than once in Los Angeles. In early 2007, Trump had invited her to a party to promote Trump Vodka, where she was photographed. He’d also invited her to his Miss USA pageant that year,” he wrote.

No abuse was involved, Daniels said, saying the worst Trump had done was break promises she’d never believed he would fulfill.

“In our conversations,” Slate said, “Daniels said she was holding back on the juiciest details, such as her ability to describe things about Trump that only someone who had seen him naked would know. She intimated that her view of his sexual skill was at odds with the remark attributed to Marla Maples.”

Contrary to a White House-issued statement on her behalf denying hush-money payoffs and an affair, “Daniels said she had some corroborating evidence, including the phone numbers of Trump’s longtime personal assistant Rhona Graff and his bodyguard Keith Schiller…. While she did not share those numbers with me, I did speak to three of Daniels’ friends, all of whom said they knew about the affair at the time, and all of whom confirmed the outlines of her story.”

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