On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that National Enquirer publisher David Pecker had been granted immunity by federal prosecutors, presumably to spill the dirt on the various porn actresses and Playboy models who were paid hush money after saying they had extramarital affairs with Pecker's friend President Trump. And then The Associated Press reported that all those Trump-related secrets had been locked up in an actual safe at the National Enquirer offices.
So you have a guy named Pecker involved in paying off professionally naked women on behalf of the president, who was a New York City tabloid staple for 35 years. This would seem to be catnip for New York's tabloids. The New York Daily News took the bait, but the New York Post, unexpectedly, took a more conceptual approach.
— Pat Kiernan (@patkiernan) August 24, 2018
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