how the tabloid press served the pursuits of the ex-president | EUROtoday

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ODespite telling us that it’s a critical matter, Donald Trump's trial on the Stormy Daniels affair follows like a cleaning soap opera. And the prosecution, because the opening arguments on Monday April 22, units the scene for the affair which, in line with it, just isn’t a narrative of bribes however of electoral interference. Donald Trump is accused right here of getting disguised his firm's accounts in 2016, to cover funds to Stormy Daniels, actress and porn producer with whom he allegedly had an intimate relationship in 2006.

To set the scene, prosecutor Joshua Steinglass questions David Pecker, former CEO of the American Media Inc (AMI) group, which notably included the tabloid, for 2 and a half hours. National Enquirer. White hair and mustache, calm tone, Pecker takes his time…