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Trump Hoped to Buy All the Dirt the National Enquirer Has Kept On Him Since the '80s
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Miloch
2018-08-30 16:35:40 UTC
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Remember that report about the National Enquirer having a literal safe full of
Donald Trump-related stories it killed to protect him? Consider this part deux
of the Trump Dirt in the Enquirer Vaults tale: The New York Times reports that
prior to the 2016 election, Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen cooked up
a plan to buy all the dirt the National Enquirer (and its parent company
American Media, Inc.) had on him, dating back to the 1980s.

The plan was never realized. Instead, Cohen bought the silence of adult film
star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal—both of whom say they had
affairs with Trump.

Still, the fact that they were considering buying 30 years worth of dirt hints
that there was a treasure trove of juicy stories locked up in that vault,
perhaps enough to theoretically swing the election out of Trump’s favor. For
decades, Trump could depend on American Media and Enquirer head David Pecker to
buy and bury—or “catch and kill”—stories that make Trump look like the
nauseating goon we all know he is. The Times:

In August 2016, American Media acquired the rights to Ms. McDougal’s story in
return for $150,000 and commitments to use its magazines to promote her career
as a fitness specialist. But American Media never published her allegations
about a relationship with Mr. Trump.

Trump is doing a great job of that all by himself, but stories such as Karen
McDougal’s were a prime example of the “catch and kill” ethos.

But after the deal, Trump and Cohen grew paranoid about the safety of these
secret dealings and dirt: What if Pecker leaves the company? What if the company
went under? The New York Times notes that in a recording captured by Cohen,
Trump had a particularly grim way of looking at the worst case scenario:

“Maybe he gets hit by a truck,” Mr. Trump said of Mr. Pecker in a conversation
with Mr. Cohen, musing about an unfortunate mishap befalling his good friend.

Little did they know that the real problem they had to contend with was Pecker
being granted immunity in a federal investigation of campaign finance violations
against Cohen.

But a question lingers: Where’s the dirt now?

It is not known how much of the material on Mr. Trump is still in American
Media’s possession or whether American Media destroyed any of it after the
campaign. Prosecutors have not said whether they have obtained any of the
material beyond that which pertains to Ms. McDougal and Ms. Clifford and the
discussions about their arrangements.

[...]

People with knowledge of American Media’s operations, who would speak only on
condition of anonymity, described the files on Mr. Trump as mostly older
National Enquirer stories about Mr. Trump’s marital woes and lawsuits; related
story notes and lists of sensitive sources; some tips about alleged affairs; and
minutia, like allegations of unscrupulous golfing.

Whoever digs it up, please, feed it all to me.



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Tommy
2018-08-30 16:58:52 UTC
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Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
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> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-
nationa
> l-enquirer-h-1828713354
>
> Remember that report about the National Enquirer having a literal safe
> full of Donald Trump-related stories it killed to protect him?
> Consider this part deux of the Trump Dirt in the Enquirer Vaults tale:
> The New York Times reports that prior to the 2016 election, Trump and
> his former lawyer Michael Cohen cooked up a plan to buy all the dirt
> the National Enquirer (and its parent company American Media, Inc.)
> had on him, dating back to the 1980s.
>
> The plan was never realized. Instead, Cohen bought the silence of
> adult film star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal—both
> of whom say they had affairs with Trump.
>
> Still, the fact that they were considering buying 30 years worth of
> dirt hints that there was a treasure trove of juicy stories locked up
> in that vault, perhaps enough to theoretically swing the election out
> of Trump’s favor. For decades, Trump could depend on American Media
> and Enquirer head David Pecker to buy and bury—or “catch and
> kill”—stories that make Trump look like the nauseating goon we all
> know he is. The Times:
>
> In August 2016, American Media acquired the rights to Ms. McDougal’s
> story in return for $150,000 and commitments to use its magazines to
> promote her career as a fitness specialist. But American Media never
> published her allegations about a relationship with Mr. Trump.
>
> Trump is doing a great job of that all by himself, but stories such as
> Karen McDougal’s were a prime example of the “catch and kill” ethos.
>
> But after the deal, Trump and Cohen grew paranoid about the safety of
> these secret dealings and dirt: What if Pecker leaves the company?
> What if the company went under? The New York Times notes that in a
> recording captured by Cohen, Trump had a particularly grim way of
> looking at the worst case scenario:
>
> “Maybe he gets hit by a truck,” Mr. Trump said of Mr. Pecker in a
> conversation with Mr. Cohen, musing about an unfortunate mishap
> befalling his good friend.
>
> Little did they know that the real problem they had to contend with
> was Pecker being granted immunity in a federal investigation of
> campaign finance violations against Cohen.
>
> But a question lingers: Where’s the dirt now?
>
> It is not known how much of the material on Mr. Trump is still in
> American Media’s possession or whether American Media destroyed any of
> it after the campaign. Prosecutors have not said whether they have
> obtained any of the material beyond that which pertains to Ms.
> McDougal and Ms. Clifford and the discussions about their
> arrangements.
>
> [...]
>
> People with knowledge of American Media’s operations, who would speak
> only on condition of anonymity, described the files on Mr. Trump as
> mostly older National Enquirer stories about Mr. Trump’s marital woes
> and lawsuits; related story notes and lists of sensitive sources; some
> tips about alleged affairs; and minutia, like allegations of
> unscrupulous golfing.
>
> Whoever digs it up, please, feed it all to me.
>
>
>
> *
>
>

No matter, what he did when he wasn't president is moot...except to the
haters, forget about the things Obama did, Hillary did. LOL
DoD
2018-08-30 18:24:52 UTC
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"Tommy" <***@outlook.com> wrote in message
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> Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
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>
>> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-
> nationa
>> l-enquirer-h-1828713354
>>

> No matter, what he did when he wasn't president is moot...except to the
> haters, forget about the things Obama did, Hillary did. LOL

Ugggh!!!!!! You are doing it again.. set to alt.gossip.celebs???? Why would
I bother to make a reply to a flippin newsgroup I don't read... Not that
usenet is already a waste of time... that makes it even more wasteful...
Tommy
2018-08-30 18:39:56 UTC
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"DoD" <***@gmail.com> wrote in news:pm9cpl$d7b$***@dont-email.me:

> "Tommy" <***@outlook.com> wrote in message
> news:***@85.214.115.223...
>> Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
>> news:***@drn.newsguy.com:
>>
>>> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-
>> nationa
>>> l-enquirer-h-1828713354
>>>
>
>> No matter, what he did when he wasn't president is moot...except to
>> the haters, forget about the things Obama did, Hillary did. LOL
>
> Ugggh!!!!!! You are doing it again.. set to alt.gossip.celebs???? Why
> would I bother to make a reply to a flippin newsgroup I don't read...
> Not that usenet is already a waste of time... that makes it even more
> wasteful...
>
>

Better? I am trying to fand a way to make that pop up thing go away, it
sets these thing by itself if I don't pay attention.
DoD
2018-08-30 18:50:55 UTC
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"Tommy" <***@outlook.com> wrote in message
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> "DoD" <***@gmail.com> wrote in news:pm9cpl$d7b$***@dont-email.me:
>
>> "Tommy" <***@outlook.com> wrote in message
>> news:***@85.214.115.223...
>>> Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
>>> news:***@drn.newsguy.com:
>>>
>>>> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-
>>> nationa
>>>> l-enquirer-h-1828713354
>>>>
>>
>>> No matter, what he did when he wasn't president is moot...except to
>>> the haters, forget about the things Obama did, Hillary did. LOL
>>
>> Ugggh!!!!!! You are doing it again.. set to alt.gossip.celebs???? Why
>> would I bother to make a reply to a flippin newsgroup I don't read...
>> Not that usenet is already a waste of time... that makes it even more
>> wasteful...
>>
>>
>
> Better? I am trying to fand a way to make that pop up thing go away, it
> sets these thing by itself if I don't pay attention.

I would imagine a modern newsreader, would have the ability to set follow
ups per whatever
your desire, like by person you are replying to or the group you are
replying from... I would think anyways..
Tommy
2018-08-30 18:58:12 UTC
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"DoD" <***@gmail.com> wrote in news:pm9eag$nk2$***@dont-email.me:

> "Tommy" <***@outlook.com> wrote in message
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>> "DoD" <***@gmail.com> wrote in
>> news:pm9cpl$d7b$***@dont-email.me:
>>
>>> "Tommy" <***@outlook.com> wrote in message
>>> news:***@85.214.115.223...
>>>> Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
>>>> news:***@drn.newsguy.com:
>>>>
>>>>> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-
>>>> nationa
>>>>> l-enquirer-h-1828713354
>>>>>
>>>
>>>> No matter, what he did when he wasn't president is moot...except to
>>>> the haters, forget about the things Obama did, Hillary did. LOL
>>>
>>> Ugggh!!!!!! You are doing it again.. set to alt.gossip.celebs????
>>> Why would I bother to make a reply to a flippin newsgroup I don't
>>> read... Not that usenet is already a waste of time... that makes it
>>> even more wasteful...
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Better? I am trying to fand a way to make that pop up thing go away,
>> it sets these thing by itself if I don't pay attention.
>
> I would imagine a modern newsreader, would have the ability to set
> follow ups per whatever
> your desire, like by person you are replying to or the group you are
> replying from... I would think anyways..
>
>
>

I got OE but can't figure how to download the groups. I'm using ES for a
server, but there's no place to download the groups.NewsExpress does, I
just was reading it wrong. I found a button for don't set follow ups so
that ought to do it. I use Forte Agent for my other groups.
Gronk
2018-09-04 03:31:59 UTC
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Tommy wrote:
> Miloch <***@newsguy.com> wrote in
> news:***@drn.newsguy.com:
>
>> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-
> nationa
>> l-enquirer-h-1828713354
>>
>> Remember that report about the National Enquirer having a literal safe
>> full of Donald Trump-related stories it killed to protect him?
>> Consider this part deux of the Trump Dirt in the Enquirer Vaults tale:
>> The New York Times reports that prior to the 2016 election, Trump and
>> his former lawyer Michael Cohen cooked up a plan to buy all the dirt
>> the National Enquirer (and its parent company American Media, Inc.)
>> had on him, dating back to the 1980s.
>>
>
>>
>> Whoever digs it up, please, feed it all to me.
>
> No matter, what he did when he wasn't president is moot...except to the
> haters, forget about the things Obama did, Hillary did. LOL
>

Statue of limitations applies to any crimes he may have committed.
Dwight D. Haig
2018-08-30 19:22:05 UTC
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Miloch wrote

> https://theslot.jezebel.com/trump-hoped-to-buy-all-the-dirt-the-national-
> enquirer-h-1828713354
>
> Remember that report about the National Enquirer having a literal safe
> full of Donald Trump-related stories it killed to protect him? Consider
> this part deux of the Trump Dirt in the Enquirer Vaults tale: The New
> York Times reports that prior to the 2016 election, Trump and his former
> lawyer Michael Cohen cooked up a plan to buy all the dirt the National
> Enquirer (and its parent company American Media, Inc.) had on him,
> dating back to the 1980s.

I'm sure he's interested in recovering video evidnce of him having sex with
children and allowing black men to squat over his face and shit in his mouth,
but who knows? Someone should ask him.
Did you know that he loves being buttfucked by Chinese women wearing strap-on
dildoes?


Now you know why he isn't allowned near his boy.
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