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Trump & Cohen & Pecker / Payments / "National Enquirer" / Farrow Interview #1132963

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 13, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report President Trump was in the room when AMI publisher David Pecker offered to help the presidential campaign identify stories about Trump relationships with women such as Playboy model Karen McDougal introduced.

(Studio: Randy Kaye) Trump's long relationship with the "National Enquirer," which was run by Pecker, reviewed; Enquirer headlines for Trump & against political opponents, including Hillary Clinton, shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New Yorker" magazine reporter Ronan Farrow about Trump. [FARROW - offers views on the close relationship between Trump & Pecker, the use by the "National Enquirer" of "catch & kill" payments to suppress stories that could influence the election, the AMI agreement Pecker has reached with authorities about the transactions for Trump in the Karen McDougal case.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randy

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