Two of Donald Trump’s alleged side pieces, Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, both said that he raw-dogged them. So I doubt that one layer of shock covered the face of anyone who read the rumor about how he’s got a secret love child out there. Shit, because Trump seems to be into busting raw orange nuts into his side tricks, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s got a whole secret love child army out there. And yes, that’s the face he makes when he busts a raw orange nut into his side tricks. I hope you weren’t in the middle of eating slightly curdled cream of pumpkin soup.
But the story isn’t that Trump maybe-boned a secret love child into one of his mistresses. It’s that The National Enquirer may have once again bought a story and killed it to protect him during the 2016 presidential election.
Ronan Farrow wrote an exposé for The New Yorker about the tale of the doorman, the secret love child, and The National Enquirer. Dino Sajudin used to be a doorman at Trump Tower. In late 2015, Dino supposedly signed a contract with A.M.I., the publisher of the Enquirer and Radar, for a story about Trump possibly knocking up a former employee of his in the late-80s. Trump was still married to Ivana Trump at the time. Dino met with a reporter from The Enquirer at a McDonald’s in Pennsylvania and gave them the names of Trump’s supposed mistress and the secret love child. Dino claims he heard the story from high-level Trump employees, including head of security Matthew Calamari, which sounds like a name that Trump made up while eating… calamari. Dino took a lie-detector test and passed. Dino was paid $30,000 for the story.
In the contract that Dino signed, it stated that A.M.I. could hit him with a $1 million penalty if he went public with the story.
Dino refused to talk to The New Yorker after learning they wouldn’t pay him. The New Yorker knows the identity of the supposed secret love child, a now grown woman. She refused to answer any questions. Her mother didn’t answer any requests for a comment. A rep for The Trump Organization said that the story ain’t true.
The New Yorker says that once Dino signed the contract, the CEO of A.M.I., David Pecker (again a name which sounds like it was made up by Trump after he looked at his… pecker), ordered reporters to stop investigating it. The story didn’t run at the time, and Dylan Howard, the editor of The Enquirer, said the story “lacked any credibility.” That makes sense since we all know The National Enquirer as the epitome of credibility, and is always correct. Case in point:
That was published in October 2015. It’s April 2018, 24 months after Hillary was supposed to die. Hillary’s a zombie!
Once the election ended and Trump won, A.M.I. freed Dino from the shackles of their contract and he was able to tell his story to whomever he wanted.
David Pecker is a friend of Trump’s, and A.M.I. has a history of pulling shit like this. During the 2016 election, A.M.I. paid Karen McDougal $150,000 for her story about repeatedly doing Trump. They killed the story, claiming they didn’t believe it. Also in 2016, Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen paid $130,000 of his own money to Stormy Daniels to keep her quiet about her alleged one night stand with Trump. A.M.I. reportedly had nothing to do with that deal.
Two former employees of A.M.I. tell Ronan Farrow that Michael Cohen was in contact with A.M.I. during the 2016 election. Michael Cohen knew about the secret love child story, as well as other stories about Trump that passed The National Enquirer’s desk. Several former employees of A.M.I. also shit on Dylan Howard’s explanation for not running the story. They claim the story was never investigated fully.
Federal authorities, who already raided Michael Cohen’s office and hotel room to look for shit, are reportedly looking into communications between Michael Cohen, Dylan Howard and David Pecker. Since David Pecker is a Trump supporter, the government watchdog group Common Cause filed complaints with the Justice Department and the Federal Election Commission, asking the authorities to investigate whether A.M.I.’s payoffs to Dino Sajudin and Karen McDougal during the election violated campaign finance laws.
The National Enquirer tried to get ahead of Ronan’s exposé last night by posting the Trump secret love child story on Radar. They admitted that they paid Dino $30,000, but that after four weeks of investigating, they decided the story wasn’t true.
Dino wouldn’t talk to The New Yorker, but he gave a statement to CNN today:
“Today I awoke to learn that a confidential agreement that I had with AMI (The National Enquirer) with regard to a story about President Trump was leaked to the press. I can confirm that while working at Trump World Tower I was instructed not to criticize President Trump’s former housekeeper due to a prior relationship she had with President Trump which produced a child.”
Well, if this story is true, then Trump’s secret daughter is the luckiest Trump of them all. Because she gets to go through life without the public knowing that she’s the product of Trump jizz while collecting checks from him (I’m guessing). Although… there is a chance that someone will still leak her name and then everyone will know she’s the product of Trump’s jizz. QUICK, Trump secret daughter, get your name changed and undergo face/off surgery STAT!
Pics: Wenn.com, The National Enquirer