Donald Trump's Whoring past with Playboy playmate exposed


Former Playboy model Karen McDougal, 46, has opened up about an alleged affair that she had with President Donald Trump.

He reportedly told her that his wife Melania sleeps in a separate bedroom because she likes her "space".

Karen McDougal, 1998's Playmate of the Year, had a nine-month-long affair with the New York billionaire that ended around April 2007 after she began feeling guilty about the tryst, according to The New Yorker's report published Friday morning citing multiple unnamed sources.

American Media has said it didn't find McDougal's account of an affair with Trump credible and paid her to write fitness columns.

Last month, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported that Cohen arranged United States dollars 130,000 for Daniels as part of a nondisclosure agreement, one month before the 2016 presidential elections. This apparently happened after Melania Trump had given birth to their son Barron.

McDougal's online Playboy biography says she was born in Gary, but other online reports suggest McDougal was born in Merrillville.

President Trump paid around Dollars 130,000 out of his own pocket to Daniels, who claimed to have had an affair with the US President, his personal lawyer Michael Cohen told the New York Times.

According to the New Yorker magazine, Ms Dougal sold her story to National Inquirer tabloid in 2016 during the presidential campaign.

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"I'm the one who took it, so it's my fault, too". And like Daniels, she claims that she declined Trump's offer of payment.

Trump, who has a fear of falling downstairs, tried to grab Melania's hand but he could manage to hold only her thumb for a few seconds. Friday, despite planning to leave the White House with the first lady, the president boarded Marine One alone, meeting his wife at Air Force One. Farrow spoke with McDougal about her consensual affair with the current President before he was elected. "But now I pray to live right, and make right with the wrongs that I have done", she said.

A White House official refused to go on the record but called McDougal's story "fake news".

Former American Media employees told The New Yorker that the company's chairman and chief executive, David Pecker, who is close with Trump, routinely bought stories with no intention of running them, sometimes using the pieces as leverage.

While Daniels has not discussed her alleged relationship with Trump since signing the deal, In-Touch magazine last month published salacious details of an alleged affair with Trump based on earlier interviews with the magazine.

"That contact has sharply increased and, as recently as several days ago, they were aggressively seeking to have her sign new contracts", he said.

To cover up the allegations, Trump's personal lawyer paid $130,000 to Daniels but didn't give any reason for the bid.