'National Enquirer' paid US$30000 for story on alleged Trump love child

by Sophie Craig April 14, 2018, 13:46
'National Enquirer' paid US$30000 for story on alleged Trump love child

The woman told AP she never had an affair with Trump.

The former doorman reportedly paid by a magazine to keep quite about a rumoured Donald Trump love child has spoken.

President Donald Trump had a relationship with a former housekeeper and fathered a child with her, a former Trump World Tower doorman claimed in a statement released Thursday afternoon. The deal included a $1 million penalty should Sajudin tell his story to anyone else without A.M.I. permission. The payment was for him to keep quiet about the rumor he heard of Trump having a child with an employee at Trump World Tower in Midtown East.

American Media Inc., which paid $150,000 to a former Playboy Playmate who claimed she'd had an affair with Trump, made the payment to Dino Sajudin in exchange for signing over the rights "in perpetuity" to a rumor he heard about Trump's sex life, the Associated Press reported.

"You know I took a polygraph test", Sajudin said. He said he was acting as a Trump spokesman when he did so and denied knowing anything beforehand about the Enquirer payment to the ex-doorman. The Trump Organization has said that Calamari had no knowledge of this.

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Furthermore, as I've noted, Michael Avenatti, Stephanie Clifford's unrelenting attorney, said on CNN that he could "guarantee" that there will be more Federal Bureau of Investigation raids associated with the Southern District of New York's inquiry into Michael Cohen (and we also know that the "Access Hollywood" tape is a topic of inquiry for the Southern District team).

I've written and spoken on CNN about the interesting and unexpected ways in which the Stormy Daniels story has intersected with the seemingly unrelated Russian Federation investigation - specifically by providing Robert Mueller and his team leverage to get Michael Cohen, Trump's personal attorney and "fixer", to provide information pertinent to their investigation.

But the editor-in-chief of the National Enquirer Dylan Howard later acknowledged the payment in an article published by celebrity news site Radar Online, which is owned by the same parent group, American Media Inc (AMI).

Federal investigators looking into President Trump's personal lawyer are now questioning whether the country's largest tabloid publisher helped Trump during his presidential campaign. "That's the bombshell claim of a disaffected former Trump staffer who is peddling the allegation to various media outlets, including The National Enquirer, a sister publication of RadarOnline.com".

For Weinstein, no longer a Boies Schiller client, David Boies was reported to have signed a July 2017 contract with an Israeli private intelligence agency called Black Cube, which was working to undercut a potential New York Times story on Weinstein's sexual misconduct. The White House didn't respond to questions seeking comment.


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