The story involving Donald Trump and his alleged affair with adult film star Stormy Daniels broke earlier this year and has only picked up steam as time has gone on. While the president is usually the one to use social media as his political weapon of choice, Daniels decided to rip into Trump on her Twitter account.

Stormy Daniels on Twitter

It all started in the public eye back on January 12 when the Wall Street Journal reported that the president's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Stormy Daniels $130,000 in so-called hush money back in 2016 in an attempt to keep her quiet about their reported affair.

The alleged relationship between the two was said to have taken place in 2006, shortly after Trump's marriage to Melania Trump while she was pregnant with their son Barron. Unlike the previous allegations against him regarding sexual misconduct, Trump has not made any public comments about his reported affair with Daniels.

Donald Trump has been vocal in denying the previous allegations against him over the last two years, often calling out his accusers on social media, during interviews, and even at his rallies. As seen in a March 20 tweet, Stormy Daniels responded to a Twitter user who accused her of being a "sl*t" who "slept" with the president over a decade ago. "Technically I didn't sleep with the POTUS 12 years ago.

There was no sleeping (hehe) and he was just a goofy reality TV star," Daniels wrote. "I digress...People DO care that he lied about it, had me bullied, broke laws to cover it up, etc," she added before concluding, "And PS...I am NOT going anywhere. xoxoxo."

Daniels backlash

While Donald Trump hasn't addressed the reports of his relationship with Stormy Daniels, the news has dominated the headlines as of late.

During a Tuesday night segment on CNN, Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, clashed with Arthur Schwartz, Michael Cohen's lawyer, over the status of the nondisclosure agreement put together to keep Daniels from speaking publicly about the affair.

"You're gonna go down in flames," Arthur Schwartz said to Michael Avenatti.

"If Michael Cohen is such a stand-up guy, where is he? Where is this guy?" Avenatti wondered, adding, "He's dodging the questions!" CNN host Anderson Cooper was forced to moderate the panel, and despite his best efforts, both Avenatti and Schwartz continued to take shots at each other as the Trump-Daniels scandal showed no signs of coming to an end anytime soon.