An ex-National Enquirer editor just said he’s going to spill Trump’s scandalous women secrets


Before this long national nightmare is over, Donald Trump will wish that he had never even run for president in the first place. With Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion powering along, rumors that the president’s son Donald Trump Jr. might soon be indicted, and a bevy of other woes for the administration lurking on the horizon, it’s finally starting to feel like the twilight days of this disastrous administration.

On top of that, Trump’s personal reputation has been reduced to tatters. He’s traded in his reputation as a bloviating if somewhat liked reality television star for that of a cruel, racist, and incompetent buffoon. His extramarital affairs have been exposed for the entire world to see, and the only respect he still receives is feigned by sycophants or the product of unwell minds. In short, becoming President of the United States was the worst thing to ever happen to Donald J. Trump.

Unfortunately for the president, his humiliations are far from over. According to Page Six, Barry Levine, a former editor of the Trump-friendly rage The National Enquirer is plotting a “tell-all” book about Trump’s long, vile past of mistreatment and scandalous behavior towards women.

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A source described the book to Page Six as a look into “Trump and his women,” a broad description that could conceivably cover numerous as yet unrevealed unsavory incidents. It’s unclear whether it will dig into the accusations of sexual assault and rape that have dogged Trump for years, focus on consensual secret affairs, or both.

Additionally, the book may delve into the long-term friendly relationship between Trump and National Enquirer David Pecker, who bought and suppressed stories for the billionaire sexual predator throughout the years. Pecker used his sleazy tabloid to buy the silence of women with stories to tell about Trump.

While the book does not yet have a release date, it is sure to create another massive headache for a president mired in scandal. Hopefully, the book hits shelves sooner than later, so the American people can get a fuller portrait of the monster currently running their country.


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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.