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Another adult-film star, Jessica Drake, alleged in an October 2016 news conference that Trump kissed her and two other women without permission after the Tahoe golf tournament. She said he also called her, offering $10,000 to go on a date with him, the New York Post said. In subsequent years, rumors of a Trump-Clifford affair floated around certain gossip websites as Clifford considered a run for U.S. Senate from her home state of Louisiana in 2009, according to Talking Points memo. A story published in 2011, alleging that Trump cheated on Melania, prompted Trump’s camp to issue denials. In its reporting, the Smoking Gun found that Clifford herself tried to shop stories to publications about her relationship with Trump.

The Wall Street Journal had previously reported that Clifford was in talks with Good Morning America to talk about Trump just before the Nov, 8, 2016 election, Clifford would have addressed her relationship with Trump in connection with a report about the National Enquirer paying a former Playboy Playmate $150,000 for her story on an alleged affair she had with Trump. The Enquirer never published that story and instead claimed that Karen McDougal was paid for fitness articles, The tabloid is known for providing favorable coverage about Trump, the ballerina bow, ballet shoes, ballet bow, dancer bow, ballerina hair accessories, ballet dancer hair clip website Mediaite noted..

As a presidential candidate, Trump came under fire for alleged inappropriate sexual conduct with multiple women who came forward to describe encounters that ranged from harassment to groping. His presidential bid also faced a major test in October 2016 when a 2005 “Access Hollywood” recording of Trump, boasting about grabbing women’s genitals, was leaked to the Washington Post. The payment Clifford received from Trump allegedly came around the time of the Access Hollywood recording being leaked, the Journal said. The payment was reportedly received through her lawyer’s client-trust account.

It’s fairly slim pickins in the movie lead actor category for 2017, at least compared to the bountiful selection of fine movie actress performances, Who are the Oscars speculators betting on? Probably my top two actor choices (though this week’s accusations against ballerina bow, ballet shoes, ballet bow, dancer bow, ballerina hair accessories, ballet dancer hair clip Franco may affect his nomination chances), along with Daniel Day-Lewis and Gary Oldman and any other British Acting Institution who didn’t 100 percent embarrass himself in some twee project, (Most did.), Before listing my own picks, though, note that if you like great acting, you should make every effort to catch Jake Gyllenhaal’s wrenching “Stronger” portrait of a screw-up thrust by tragedy into having to act like a hero and Robert Pattinson’s all-night ride through a New York criminal’s narcissistic id in “Good Time.”..

I finally decided, though, that much of last year’s best acting was done in places people who take Oscars seriously are too pretentious to appreciate. That most of those performances happen to have been in imaginary sci-fi realms should not imply that I’m a hopeless genre fanboy, either. Repeat: I’m not a hopeless genre fanboy. But man, those were some cool characters. Here are my picks from favorite to not quite as favorite. James Franco (“The Disaster Artist”): Directing himself (along with a scrupulous restaging of the bad movie he made a good movie about), Golden Globe winner and latest sexual misconduct accusee Franco took the time to get behind the impenetrable weirdo facade of “The Room’s” Tommy Wiseau and find the frightened failure within. All while maintaining the most bizarre accent and attitudes in a town – Hollywood – that’s crawling with them. No one commits to misguided egos like Franco; his Alien from “Spring Breakers” remains the most realistically ridiculous gangsta in cinema history. Tommy’s from the same species, but on a wavelength all his own. Franco may be the only other human who can accurately hear it.

Timothée Chalamet (“Call Me by Your Name”): Playing a really smart, gifted teenager in a natural way must be one of the toughest tasks an actor can pull off, right? If not, why can’t I think of another performance that vibrated with anything like Chalamet’s persuasive intelligence, confusion, passion and vulnerability? Toss in how Elio here wrestles with his growing gay desire while trying to please, as far as he can, that French girl who likes him, and you’ve got a kid who, with wonderful inelegance, won’t stop discovering his complicated true self, Chalamet found that truth in ballerina bow, ballet shoes, ballet bow, dancer bow, ballerina hair accessories, ballet dancer hair clip Elio’s every impulse..

Ryan Gosling (“Blade Runner 2049”): Think he just kind of sleepwalked through his role as an android cop hunting renegade replicants? Then how did Gosling bring such yearning ache to K’s real quest: feeling what humans do? When disappointment, inevitably, takes primacy over all other tactile and emotional sensations, we know K’s electric heart can’t take it because Gosling has ever-so-patiently, and with utmost care, lain out for us just how he’s wired. Doug Jones (“The Shape of Water”): Well, A), Sally Hawkins’ best actress of the year performance never would have worked if veteran monster portrayer Jones’ fish man wasn’t so damn sexy. And B), though encased from head-to-toes in latex and other appliances, Jones was somehow able to also project the monster’s fears, needs and underlying decency, often via body language so well-judged it became virtually an act of pure cinema. Plus, he could dance. Not to take anything away from Andy Serkis’ dour, digitally transformed ape-leader agonizing, but I’d dare say Jones’ all-practical performance was a more beguiling and physically demanding job. I mean, c’mon, which creature would you rather date?.

Adam Driver/Mark Hamill (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”): The always great Driver and the never-better Hamill both brought that rarest of “Star Wars” elements – psychological depth – to Rian Johnson’s maligned-by-immature-fans, appreciated-by-people-who-appreciate-good-movies sequel, Turning on a dime from hurt, questioning boy/man to vicious, calculating megalomaniac, Driver continued to make Kylo Ren the series’ most magnetically intriguing villain, Weary, disillusioned Luke Skywalker, borne down by a lifetime of familial, political and spiritual disappointments, finally gave ballerina bow, ballet shoes, ballet bow, dancer bow, ballerina hair accessories, ballet dancer hair clip Hamill a multiplicity of facets to explore in one of pop culture’s most iconic characters, The actor has clearly been waiting most of his life to turn this figurine into a man, and did it with all the maturity in the universe..

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