Investigators hired by the Amazon CEO have suggested the tabloid's coverage of his affair with Lauren Sanchez was driven by dirty politics.
The president's former lawyer will serve time for an array of crimes, including lying to Congress and violating campaign finance laws.
A new Wall Street Journal investigation suggests the president likely violated campaign finance law as a candidate in the 2016 election.
The president lies as freely as he breathes, but an entire imperial project has brought us to this dangerous precipice.
The Associated Press reports that the records were stored alongside similar documents pertaining to other celebrities' secrets. By not publishing such stories, the company was able to ingratiate itself with the Trump camp and ask for favors in return.
President Trump's former personal lawyer and "fixer" says in federal court that one payment was "in coordination and at the direction of a candidate for federal office," and that a second was made "under direction of the same candidate."
The Associated Press reports that the FBI has the recording, which the president's onetime lawyer, Michael Cohen, made two months before Trump's election.
A digital copy of the magazine, produced by American Media Inc., was shared with Saudi officials in Washington almost three weeks before its publication.
Karen McDougal keeps the $150,000 she was paid by the National Enquirer in a settlement with the tabloid that "restores to me the rights to my life story."