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Trump / McDougal Interview (Part IV) #1122241

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 22, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The exclusive CNN interview with Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal about her 10-month affair with Donald Trump starting in 2006 continued. [McDOUGAL - explains not wanting to rekindle a relationship with a married man, being followed by journalists in 2011 when she denied the affair, what she thought about when Trump started running for president, how she is a Republican, contacting lawyer Keith Davidson through a mutual friend & taking the story to AMI: wanting to tell the story to get the truth out, AMI {Dylan Howard} deciding not to want the story, going to ABC about the story, but getting cold feet & backing out, the ami offer to write magazine columns on fitness: a business opportunity, understanding what a "catch & kill" story means, knowing her story would not be printed, which was okay with her: to protect Trump, why her contract might be illegal, the working out of the AMI deal, which might be linked to the election, why she would likely not have published her story.]
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