Daniels' new memoir is titled "Full Disclosure", and according to an early copy obtained by The Guardian, the book definitely seems to live up to that name. To help you out - a toadstool is the cartoon mushroom character in the popular Nintendo game, Mario Kart. "It may have been the least impressive sex I'd ever had, but clearly, he didn't share that opinion".
Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, even claims the book is Daniels's "description of her life and role as a modern woman unafraid to speak truth to power".
And Trump, who infamously boasted about his penis size during presidential primary debates, will not be happy that Daniels says he's a liar in that regard as well. When former classmates would call her after Trump began to win primary contests in 2016, Daniels says she would respond, "It will never happen..."
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But Daniels's "feminism" loses something in the translation, particularly when the heroine goes into detail about a sexual encounter she had with Trump at his penthouse in 2006.
Commenting previously on the book to ABC, she said: "You really didn't think I would hold anything back?"
She confessed it was "morbid curiosity" that took her to Trump's hotel room, later explaining that her experience with him was "normal person sex".
The Guardian said it had obtained a copy of the book ahead of its publication on October 2, a month ahead of the key United States midterm elections. "He was going to have me cheat, and it was 100-percent his idea".