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Stormy Daniels Strips to 'Make America Horny Again,' Right Across From Mar-a-Lago

Billboard advertising Stormy Daniels' performance across from Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla.

This weekend, days before President Donald Trump arrived at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Fla., porn star Stephanie Clifford — better known as "Stormy Daniels" — performed at a strip club across town, even inspiring a protest on Saturday.

Clifford performed less than five miles west of the "Winter White House" Mar-a-Lago, at the Ultra Gentlemen's Club in West Palm Beach. The club also lies between Trump International Golf Club and Mar-a-Lago. The club announced her performance last month. The porn star is leading a "Make America Horny Again" tour to draw attention to her alleged affair with President Trump. That affair garnered even more headlines last week, as it featured prominently in the FBI raid on Trump lawyer Michael Cohen Monday.

A few hours after President Trump addressed the nation from the White House to announce the U.S. bombing of Syria Friday, Stormy Daniels writhed her oiled-up body, soliciting patrons at the strip club, the Palm Beach Post reported.

"They want to see what the big guy put his hands on," Fabian Uribe, a limousine driver who drove a group to the club and stayed for the show, told the Post. "I'll pay $35 just to see what she looks like. I guess the president didn't want to come."

An anonymous man from New York said he showed up to the club to "support the First Amendment." Supporters alluded to Clifford's fight to get out of a confidentiality agreement with Trump.

On Friday night, protesters stood outside the entrance, yelling, "Pervert!" to the men and women entering the bar for Stormy Daniels' shows.