Trump's lawyer reportedly paid the porn star $130,000 ahead of the 2016 presidential election to stay quiet about the alleged affair. Commenting on these issues was Daniels who sat down for an interview on the January 30 edition of "Jimmy Kimmel Live".
Kimmel persisted on the topic and asked: "Do you know where it came from?"
Jimmy Kimmel's interview with Stormy Daniels on Tuesday raised more questions than answers as the comedian and the adult film star danced around whether she had an affair with Donald Trump a decade before he became president of the United States.
But here's the thing: the signature on that email doesn't look like other signatures on her headshots and on her original statement.
Tuesday's statement came as Daniels has been cashing in on her new-found notoriety, with sold-out shows at strip clubs, an appearance at the AVN awards show in Las Vegas known as the "Oscars of Porn", as well as on national media, including "Inside Edition".
"If you did not have a nondisclosure agreement, you could say that you did not have a nondisclosure agreement", he replied.
But in yet another confusing twist, Daniels appears to allude to the statement being fake in her interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live! just a few hours later.
At one point, Jimmy handed a puppet to the blonde stunner and asked the felt figure to address the Trump affair allegations.
Kimmel's most creative attempt at getting Daniels to confirm on his show that she had a sexual encounter with the president 12 years ago involved a Stormy Daniels puppet, which Daniels operated in a game of Never Have I Ever. "It came from the internet", she said.
She added she had not seen the whole transcript, in which it is claimed Daniels found Mr Trump to be obsessed and terrified of sharks. To which Daniels replied, "define true". Kimmel also tried to get an answer about the big question at the center of this alleged scandal - Did Stormy Daniels have sex with Donald Trump?
Daniels dodged the line of questioning and responded in the vaguest of terms.