In the days after The National Enquirer broke the story of Fox News’ Charles Payne‘s affair with former Fox correspondence Scottie Nell Hughes and his subsequent suspension, sexually charged emails have shed a negative light on the troubled network’s latest scandal. Hughes alleges that the Making Money host sexually harassed her and threatened her position Read More
The National Enquirer's circulation peaked in 1988 at 4 million, while today it averages 325,000 copies sold, mostly to low-income, over-80-year olds. Its best retailer is Wal-Mart. It does not publish any material critical of Donald Trump. (more…)
More upheaval at Fox: The company has confirmed that longtime Fox Business Network host Charles Payne has been suspended while sexual harassment allegations are investigated. Payne admitted to the National Enquirer earlier this week that he had been involved in a three-year extramarital affair with a married political analyst who...
Mr. Payne’s suspension came after The National Enquirer published a report in which he acknowledged an extramarital affair with a former CNN and Fox News contributor.
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This doesn't help.
Yesterday, Page Six published an 'EXCLUSIVE' report on CNN apparently in panicking over another major screw up, once again showing that they are delivering "fake news."
Bloomberg: “Three years ago, Kushner and his brother-in-law, Joe Meyer, tried with Enquirer publisher David Pecker to buy the tabloid’s owner, American Media Inc., people familiar with that bid said. The deal ultimately fell through because of weak advertising revenue [...]
Following the dust up between Donald Trump and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, and the revelation that Trump and his cohorts may have basically tried to blackmail the pair over a National Enquirer story, Fox has been onShow More Summary
Well before his father-in-law officially began running for president, New York real estate developer Jared Kushner attempted to buy the National Enquirer — a tabloid that has increasingly become allied with the troubled president of Donald Trump. According to a report by Bloomberg, the...
The relationship between Trump’s administration and the National Enquirer is under fresh scrutiny following allegations by Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski that White House Officials threatened them with negative coverage unless the duo apologized to President Donald...
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With the National Enquirer back in the news today, it's worth revisiting a profile that went up in The New Yorker just days ago about publisher David Pecker.
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New York Magazine names Jared Kushner as the Trump insider who advised Joe Scarborough to apologize to the president in order to get a gossipy National Enquirer story spiked. “In mid-April, Scarborough texted with Trump son-in-law Jared...Show More Summary
On Friday, Morning Joe co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski wrote in the Washington Post that, earlier this year, "top White House staff members warned that the National Enquirer was planning to publish a negative article about...Show More Summary
New York Magazine reports that Joe Scarborough’s main point of contact in the White House about a threatened National Enquirer story was Jared Kushner. It was Kushner who told Scarborough that he’d have to personally apologize to Trump in order [...]
The MSNBC hosts say the White House told them a damaging story about their relationship would "go away" if they apologized to the president
If President Donald Trump or members of his administration told MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough that a National Enquirer hit piece would be published unless they provided the president with better coverage, that would beShow More Summary