HUSH MONEY PROBLEMS
Feds Not Done Yet With Trump’s Hush-Money Business With Publisher of Pulitzer-Worthy National Enquirer
Tabloid publisher AMI copped to lying about its role in a hush-money scheme and pledged to ‘provide cooperation in the future.’
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Michael Cohen is headed to prison, but that doesn’t mean that prosecutors are done investigating the scheme to pay off Trump’s alleged mistresses and keep them from being a 2016 election scandal. After a federal judge sent the president’s former fixer to prison for three years, deputy U.S. Attorney Robert Khuzami revealed that the tabloid publisher run by Trump’s pal David Pecker struck a deal to help in the Cohen case—and they could be helping out in another one.
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