As part of the fallout from the Stormy Daniels interview on "60 Minutes," the White House was forced to address what was said. With Sarah Huckabee Sanders taking the day off, her deputy press secretary Raj Shah was there to fill in the blanks.

Raj Shah on Stormy Daniels

With all the drama and scandal surrounding the current administration, the allegations of Donald Trump's affair with Stormy Daniels have added just another unwanted issue facing the president.

The alleged affair reportedly took place back in 2006, just months after Trump's marriage to Melania Trump. The news has dominated the headlines over the last two months, causing a reported rift between the president and first lady, as well as debate between Republicans and the Democratic Party. On Sunday night, Daniels elaborated on her time with Trump during an interview on CBS' "60 Minutes," causing yet another negative headline for the White House to deal with.

As reported by CBS News on March 26, White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah was asked multiple times about the Stormy Daniels interview.

"With respect to interview, I will say the president strongly, clearly and has consistently denied these underlying claims and the only person who has been inconsistent is the one making the claims," Shah said.

Not stopping there, a reporter then pressed Raj Shah on Stormy Daniels' claim that she was physically threatened to keep quiet about the alleged affair with Donald Trump.

"The president doesn't believe that any of the claims that Ms. Daniels made last night in her interview were accurate," Shah said. When asked to clarify if that meant Trump didn't believe the claim that Daniels was threatened, Shah replied, "No, he doesn't."

Daniels double down

Raj Shah was then asked why $130,000 in the form of "hush money" was paid to Stormy Daniels, which led to the deputy press secretary doing his best to deflect.

"I would have Michael Cohen address specifics regarding this agreement you are referring to," Shah said, while adding, "False charges are settled out of court all the time and this is nothing outside the ordinary."

Instant backlash

Following the remarks from Raj Shah, those who oppose the president made sure to chime in with their own thoughts. "She passed a polygraph and very credible and she taped before McDougal and they were similar. He is a liar," one tweet read.

"Was he there?

Why is Trump so quick to call others liars when we all know he lies. Why should we believe him. I believe everyone of those women. Shameful Trump is still president," a Twitter user wrote. "I really would like that statement under oath by the president," an additional tweet noted.

"Well, at least there is a diversity of liars in the Trump regime," a social media user stated. "You apparently have no conscience as you continue to lie and cover for the misogynist monster in the WH," yet another tweet added.