McDougal told The New Yorker that she regrets selling her story to the Enquirer. Trump was married at the time to Melania and their son Barron was only a few months old when the affair started. "He offered me money", she wrote in her eight-page letter obtained by the New Yorker.
In June 2006, Trump taped an episode of his show, The Apprentice, at the Playboy Mansion.
The document states that Trump "immediately took a liking to me, kept talking to me - telling me how attractive I was, etc".
So we have now learned that President Donald Trump apparently had a sexual affair with a nude model, while married to Melania, and then had his buddies pay to cover it up during the presidential election. "I looked at him (+ felt sad) + said, "No thanks-I'm not 'that girl.' I slept w/you because I like you-NOT for money"-He told me 'you are special'".
A White House spokesperson told The New Yorker that Trump denies having an affair with McDougal.
McDougal describes her relationship with Trump as consensual.
Central to these efforts was the close relationship that Mr Trump maintained with American Media, Inc., the publisher of supermarket tabloid the National Enquirer. Such a polite man. The real estate mogul hit on her and asked for her phone number, before they met up for dinner and sex at the Beverly Hills hotel.
While Daniels has not discussed her alleged relationship with Trump since signing the deal, In-Touch magazine last month published salacious details of an alleged affair with Trump based on earlier interviews with the magazine.
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At one point, he even offered to buy her an apartment in NY as a Christmas present!
The article also cited a November 4, 2016, report by the Wall Street Journal, which claimed that American Media, Inc., the publisher of the National Enquirer, paid $150,000 to McDougal to acquire the rights to the story about the affair but never ran it.
Trump's alleged infidelities have been public knowledge for years, and his tight relationship with AMI and its chief David Pecker have also been the subject of articles, but Farrow's story implies that the Enquirer functioned as a veritable protection racket for the president.
The former Playmate said she ended the affair in 2007 due to feelings of guilt.
"It took my rights away", she said.
Maggie Haberman, the White House correspondent for the New York Times, pointed out an interesting shift in the language used by the White House in their denials of both stories.
There is apparently no incriminating photo of the two of them together, nor even video of her detailing the affair, therefore his "Cult 45" followers who choose to do so can easily disregard this as just more "Fake News!".
The women all describe being escorted to the bungalow by a Trump bodyguard, identified by two of them as future Director of Oval Office Operations Keith Schiller; with Trump interested in eating in the room and watching TV.