Anchor Liz Claman tweeted a photo of the ad, which reads: "Larry Flynt and Hustler magazine announce a cash offer of up to $10 million for information leading to the impeachment and removal from office of Donald J. Trump". The ad invites tipsters to call a designated hotline (1-800-251-2714) or to send an email to email@example.com.
The ad further read, "Did he make some financial quid pro quo with the Russians?"
Flynt added that he was seeking information from anyone who could provide a "smoking gun" - perhaps buried in Trump's tax returns or in some other investment records - that would lead to his impeachment.
In the ad, he lists six charges that he said makes Trump worthy of impeachment, ranging from hurting the planet by withdrawing from the Paris Accords and sparking conflict with "racial dog whistling". "We need to flush everything out in the open". "Trump might trigger a nuclear world war", he wrote.
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The publisher said he felt it was his "patriotic duty" to help see Mr Trump impeached, and that he fully intends to pay the $10 million sum for damning information. According to Flynt, the process of impeachment is "dirty, scandalous work, but the alternative - another three years of destabilizing dysfunction - is worse". Bob Livingston (R) and former Louisiana Senator David Vitter (R).
"I feel it is my patriotic duty, and the duty of all Americans", Flynt concludes "to dump Trump before it is too late". "I don't expect any Trump's billionaire cronies to respond, $10 million dollars is a lot of money to a lot of people especially those who are in lower positions", Flynt said. In 2007, he offered $1 million, also through a full-page ad in The Post, seeking evidence from anyone who had had an illicit sexual encounter with a member of Congress or any other government official.
It's not the first time Flynt, who endorsed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in last year's presidential race, has offered a monetary reward with the aim of taking down a politician.
Looking past high crimes and misdemeanors needed to impeach, Flynt points to the firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and Trump's response to the violence seen earlier this year in Charlottesville, Va., as reasons to remove the president.