Kristen Stewart Kicks Off Her Heels on the Cannes Red Carpet!
Chicago athletes, teams show love to moms on Mother's Day 2018
Clayne Crawford Wishes 'Lethal Weapon' Well After Renewal
Jon Favreau's Star Wars TV series set after Return of the Jedi
Google moved the clock in Android P because of the notch
'National Enquirer' paid US$30000 for story on alleged Trump love child
14 April 2018, 01:46 | Sheila Mcguire
US President Donald Trump applauds during his first State of the Union addressReuters
The AP reported that the publisher paid a former Trump doorman, Dino Sajudin, $30,000 for the rights "in perpetuity" for the unverified rumor about Trump's alleged affair and child with a housekeeper at one of his buildings. The deal included a $1 million penalty should Sajudin tell his story to anyone else without A.M.I. permission.
Farrow's sources all say they're skeptical about the love child claims, but all said they are sure that AMI purposely shut down the story.
The New Yorker said it had found no evidence to back up the claim by doorman Dino Sajudin that Trump fathered the child, a girl, who would today be aged 29. "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". He told the Associated Press investigations were dropped after they established Sajudin's story was not credible, calling the doorman "one fish that swam away". What could be illegal is if the catch-and-kill practice was an illicit effort to help the Trump presidential campaign, which was formally launched on June 16, 2015.
In February, The New Yorker published a story on an alleged relationship between Trump and former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who says she received US$150,000 from the Enquirer in August 2016 in return for her story, which also went unpublished.
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. Prosecutors are probing whether Cohen broke banking or campaign laws in connection with AMI's payment to McDougal and a $130,000 payment to porn star Stormy Daniels that Cohen said he paid out of his own pocket.
"When we realized we would be unable to publish ... we released Sajudin from the exclusivity clause that had accompanies his $30,000 payment", he added. "What's your offer??" After being told that The New Yorker does not pay sources, Sajudin declined further requests for an interview.
The Associated Press said it confirmed the payment to the doorman by reviewing a confidential contract and through interviews with dozens of current and former employees of the Enquirer and American Media.
Two more killed as Gaza death toll reaches 21
He cited incidents in the past where border infiltrations led to the kidnapping of soldiers and terrorist attacks on Israeli soil. Israel says troops opened fire only when necessary against those throwing stones and firebombs or rolling tyres at soldiers .
Ravens sign RG3 to one-year contract
- The Baltimore Ravens have announced they have agreed to a one-year deal with former Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III . GM Ozzie Newsome said that Griffin visited the team to workout last week, and the two sides came to an agreement last night.
Mark Zuckerberg Gets Grilled in Congressional Hearing Round 2
Facebook began informing users this week as to whether their private data may have been wrongly shared with Cambridge Analytica . Zuckerberg also said his company is "working with" special counsel Robert Mueller in his probe into Russian interference.
Pentagon offers Trump military options over Syria
It said the victims have been transferred to Tehran, and that funerals will be held in the victims' hometowns across the country. Mrs May sidestepped a question on whether Parliament would be recalled from recess to debate any military intervention.
Students sound off on new lawsuit against MSU
She was crying and could not speak and did not consent to the activity, according to the lawsuit . MSU is at the center of the Larry Nasar case for not properly handling cases of assault.
Missing Daughter Reunites With Family 24 Years Later In China
On one particularly busy day, Mr Wang ran out of change, and briefly went to a neighbouring stall to change money for a customer. After years of searching went in vain, the pair had a second child, though they say they never stopped looking for Qifeng.