Donald Trump Tweets About 'Fake News' After Stormy Daniels Interview, Still Doesn't Mention Her by Name

President Donald Trump on Monday morning might have addressed the marquee 60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels—then again, he might not have.

In a departure from his typical bluster, Trump played coy on his Twitter account Monday, lambasting "fake news" but not addressing the interview in which the adult film actress alleged she had an affair with the former reality TV star in 2006, when he was already married to first lady Melania Trump.

He tweeted: "So much Fake News. Never been more voluminous or more inaccurate. But through it all, our country is doing great!"

So much Fake News. Never been more voluminous or more inaccurate. But through it all, our country is doing great!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 26, 2018

Some speculated this was related to Daniels's—whose given name is Stephanie Clifford—interview with Anderson Cooper on Sunday.

"This is about Stephanie Clifford and her lawyer," tweeted reporter Yashar Ali.

"Could you be more specific, sir?" tweeted New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.

Trump's relative silence on the interview is noteworthy, considering he is typically not shy about going after his perceived enemies. Aside from the personally embarrassing parts of the Daniels interview—like Trump allegedly being spanked by a magazine with himself on the cover or the billionaire allegedly comparing Daniels to his daughter—it also has created potential legal problems. An apparent non-disclosure agreement reached between Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and Daniels could be considered an in-kind contribution to benefit a political campaign and a violation of election laws.

Stormy Daniels describing a threat she received to keep silent about Trump during her 60 minutes interview: "That’s a beautiful little girl. It'd be a shame if something happened to her mom." pic.twitter.com/kfFEBanw04

— Gideon Resnick (@GideonResnick) March 25, 2018

Some in the Trump orbit have responded. The lawyer for Cohen sent Daniels a cease-and-desist after the interview aired and demanded she apologize for claiming she was physically threatened, Fox News reported.

Stephanie Grisham‏, a spokeswoman for the first lady, meanwhile, tweeted: "While I know the media is enjoying speculation & salacious gossip, Id [sic] like to remind people there's a minor child who's [sic] name should be kept out of news stories when at all possible."

While I know the media is enjoying speculation & salacious gossip, Id like to remind people there’s a minor child who’s name should be kept out of news stories when at all possible.

— Stephanie Grisham (@StephGrisham45) March 26, 2018

Through all this, Trump has remained silent. The Washington Post's Aaron Blake speculated that perhaps the reason the president wasn't talking was because he had nothing good to say. Blake wrote: "Occam's razor would tell us there's a very good reason for that silence: Because the answer is bad—maybe even illegal."