April 28, 2024

Trump Trial Witness Pecker Has Ties to Bill, Hillary Clinton

There are new connections emerging between Hillary and Bill Clinton and one of the power players in Donald Trump's criminal hush money trial.

You may know him as.

David Pecker.

Pecker, the former publisher of the National Enquirer, is at the center of accusations that his publication paid to buy and then suppressed stories about Donald Trump leading up the 2016 election, even though it would have boosted sales of his paper.

Notably, Pecker made a few surprising claims in court during his days of testimony, one of them being the fact that he apparently was working to help support Donald Trump's presidential bid.

Pecker indicated that it would have in fact been "National Enquirer gold" to publish reports about Donald Trump's affair with a Playboy model named McDougal during Melania Trump's pregnancy with Barron Trump.

Still, he didn't publish the story.

"You killed the story because it helped the candidate, Donald Trump?" asked prosecutor Joshua Steinglass.

Pecker said yes.

After knowing about all of the twists and turns in this case though, it's still kind of unclear about exactly which side Pecker was on or currently is on.

Trump's lawyers seem to think that Pecker might actually be favoring somebody else.

Donald Trump's team seems to think that Pecker might not have made all of these decisions to help Trump and hurt the Clintons as he claims. Trump's team is thinking that Pecker might be looking to benefit somebody else in this situation:

David Pecker.

Was what David Pecker was doing REALLY beneficial for Donald Trump?

Or what he doing it for David Pecker?

That distinction makes a BIG difference, and the involvement of the Clintons only adds to how hairy of a tale this story is.

We've got a mess in our federal government, and it's going to take at least until the November 2024 election to know if it can be fixed or not.

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