Backing magazine paid off doorman to quash love child story

Apr 14, 2018, 13:47
Backing magazine paid off doorman to quash love child story

The National Enquirer has also denied that Trump and Cohen had any role in its decision to squash the doorman's story, citing that the story's lack of credibility led it to be shelved.

Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, who paid porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000 just before the 2016 election to keep quiet about her alleged affair with the president a decade earlier, acknowledged he had talked with the magazine about Sajudin's story.

"President Donald Trump fathered a secret love child with a Trump Organization employee - a gorgeous 29-year-old medical graduate who is now living in California!'" the RadarOnline article says.

We recently learned that the National Enquirer allegedly paid Dino Sajudin, a former doorman at Trump Tower, to bury a story involving an affair between President Trump and his former housekeeper.

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Sajudin's story alleged that Trump impregnated a female employee at Trump World Tower, his skyscraper near the United Nations.

"Today I awoke to learn that a confidential agreement that I had with AMI (The National Inquirer) with regard to a story about President Trump was leaked to the press", Sajudin statement's to CNN read.

AMI confirmed the payment when contacted by AFP. When asked if he thought his story was buried as part of a larger strategy by the National Enquirer to hide negative articles about Trump, Sajudin said, "It seems like the writing is on the wall about that, it's pretty clear". The Trump Organization has said that Calamari had no knowledge of this.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agents on Monday raided Cohen's NY offices and seized files relating to Cohen's work, which included the US$130,000 payment.

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"Unfortunately ... Dino Sajudin is one fish that swam away", he told sister publication RadarOnline, which wrote Wednesday about a "disaffected former Trump staffer who is peddling" the allegation to other media outlets. In 2014, a Web site registered through a service that obscures the identity of the author claimed that Sajudin had made similar accusations against a Trump Tower resident named Lawrence Penn III, and that those accusations were false.

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.

Ms. Benfatto, who was married to Mr. Sajudin for 14 years but told the Daily News she hadn't spoke to him since he threatened her in 2014, said he was constantly name-dropping and gossiping to her, but never mentioned a Trump love child.

Common Cause, a government watchdog, said it filed complaints Thursday with the Department of Justice and the Federal Election Commission claiming that Trump and American Media violated campaign contribution rules in the $30,000 payment to Sajudin. The White House didn't respond to questions seeking comment.

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