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Bezos vs. "National Enquirer" #1134639

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 08, 2019
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) Report introduced.

(Studio: Linsey Davis) The battle for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with the "National Enquirer" over compromising photos with him charging the owners with blackmail & extortion reviewed; details given from the blog by Bezos about what happened, the "Enquirer"'s publishing of text messages & photos with his mistress Lauren Sanchez, AMI owner David Pecker's close relationship with President Trump & Pecker's immunity agreement with the feds on campaign finances. [In 2016, TRUMP - attacks Bezos, who bought the "Washington Post."] [ABC legal analyst Dan ABRAMS - says a crime could wipe out the immunity agreement.] A statement from the "National Enquirer" group about an agreement noted.

Muir, David;
Jarvis, Rebecca;
Davis, Linsey

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