Trump Had Affair With Housekeeper That Produced a Child, Former Doorman Claims

Dino Sajudin allegedly took $30,000 in exchange for the rights to a rumor about Donald Trump

Sajudin had told the Enquirer about a rumor he heard that Trump may have fathered a child in the 1980s with an employee at Trump World Tower, a NY building his company developed near the United Nations, the AP reported.

"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", he said in a subsequent statement.

Per Farrow's New Yorker report, Dino Sajudin signed a contract with American Media in late 2015, agreeing to become a source and accept $30K for exclusive rights to the information he had been told - that Trump may have fathered a love child in the late '80s.

The tabloid's deal with ex-doorman Dino Sajudin effectively prohibited him from going public with rumors he had heard about Trump's relationship with a woman who worked at the Trump Organization property near the United Nations.

The Associated Press said it confirmed the payment to the doorman by reviewing a confidential contract and through interviews with dozens of current and former employees of the Enquirer and American Media. However, their names were not revealed by any reports out of concern for their safety.

Sajudin refused to discuss the story with the Associated Press unless he was paid. The action taken by the U.S. Attorney's office for the Southern District of NY came after a referral from Special Counselor Robert Mueller's team to the Justice Department for potential crimes committed by Cohen that was out of the scope of the Russian Federation probe.

Sajudin was reportedly subject to a $1 million penalty if he broke his agreement.

Michael Cohen, a longtime Trump lawyer whose offices and apartment were recently raided by investigators, denied that he knew anything about the payment and also said the rumor was baseless.

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Sajudin is now trying to sell the story, according to Enquirer's sister publication RadarOnline, which also published a few details of the payment and the deal.

Staffers at an American tabloid claim they were told not to pursue a tip alleging the existence of an illegitimate child born to Donald Trump and a housekeeper at one of his properties, despite the magazine paying USA $30,000 to the story's source.

Speaking to The New Yorker, one staffer claimed "there's no question it was done as a favor to continue to protect Trump from these potential secrets". I spoke with the father of the family, who said that Sajudin's claim was "completely false and ridiculous" and added that the Enquirer had put the family in a hard situation. He added he did not "understand what they had to pay this guy for", and that by doing so, the Enquirer has put his family in a hard position.

Federal investigators are now probing the tabloid's activities during the election, to learn whether the tabloid was actually acting as an arm of the Trump campaign, according to a Wednesday report by the New York Times.

The tabloid company says that the payment to McDougal was for a fitness column. Two A.M.I. employees told me that they'd never seen such a release during their time at the company.

So why did A.M.I pay Sajudin?

"We released Sajudin from the exclusivity clause that had accompanied his $30,000 payment, freeing him to tell his story to whomever he wanted", Howard said. However, he added that sadly, there was no truth to the rumor relayed by Sajudin. Aside from his part in the Sajudin account, Cohen was also indirectly linked to AMI's payment to McDougal in 2016.

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