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Newspaper chief was Donald Trump's 'eyes and ears' and 'killed unfavourable stories about him', court hears

  • The National Enquirer paid individuals for stories of Trump's sexual misbehavior but never published them, referred to as "catch and kill," as revealed by Pecker's testimony.
  • Following a 2015 meeting with Trump, where positive stories were promised, the Enquirer decided to bury unfavorable stories to support Trump's candidacy, per Pecker's testimony.
  • Pecker admitted the Enquirer paid Karen McDougal and Dino Sajudin for stories about Trump, which prosecutors claim helped deceive voters during the 2016 election.
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