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A previous Playboy Playmate professedly took part in an extramarital entanglement with Donald Trump after meeting him at a pool party in 2006 facilitated by Playboy magazine's former distributor Hugh Hefner. 


Trump was at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles that June was taping a scene of The Apprentice. 

The New Yorker acquired an eight-page record composed by previous Playmate Karen McDougal in which she wrote that Trump "instantly favored me, continued conversing with me—revealing to me how excellent I was, and so forth. It was obvious to the point that a Playmate Promotions executive stated, 'Stunning, he was all finished you—I figure you could be his next spouse.'" 

McDougal affirmed to writer Ronan Farrow, who a year ago broke stories about rape professedly dedicated by motion picture magnate Harvey Weinstein that she composed the transcribed notes. The report was given to The New Yorker by McDougal's companion John Crawford. 

As indicated by McDougal's record, Trump requested her number at the pool party, and the two started talking routinely on the telephone. McDougal composed they soon met at the Beverly Hills Hotel for supper in a private cottage. 

"We talked for several hours—at that point, it was 'ON'! We got exposed + engaged in sexual relations," she composed. After, Trump offered her cash. "I took a gander at him (+ felt tragic) + stated, 'Not this time—I'm not 'that young lady.' I dozed w/you since I like you—NOT for cash'— He let me know 'you are extraordinary.'" 

In 2001, McDougal was named sprinter up, behind Pamela Anderson, as the sexiest Playmate of the 1990s. She was named Playmate of the Year in 1998. 

The relationship McDougal describes occurred a brief timeframe after Trump's third spouse and future first woman Melania Trump brought forth Barron Trump, President Donald Trump's most youthful child, who was conceived March 20, 2006. The White House did not quickly react to Newsweek 's ask for input. 

"This is an old story that is simply more phony news," a West Wing representative revealed to The New Yorker. "The president says he never had an association with McDougal." 

McDougal disclosed to Farrow that her story was purchased on November 4 by the National Enquirer 's distributor American Media, Inc. for $150,000, which kept her talking about it further. 

"Now, I believe I can't discuss anything without getting into inconvenience since I don't realize what I'm permitted to discuss," McDougal said. "I'm hesitant to try and say his name." 

She said the agreement she marked with the organization "took my rights away." The story did not show up in the Enquirer. 

Affirmations about McDougal's association with Trump take after his legal advisor Michael Cohen's case this week that he paid porn star Stephanie Clifford, who passes by the stage name Stormy Daniels, $130,000 before the 2016 decision to keep her from sharing a comparable story. 

Cohen revealed to The New York Times on Tuesday that he paid Clifford out of his pocket. 

"Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump crusade was a gathering to the exchange with Ms. Clifford," Cohen said. "Neither repaid me for the installment, either straightforwardly or in a roundabout way." 

On Wednesday, InTouch magazine distributed a full transcript of a 2011 meeting with Clifford in which she portrayed engaging in sexual relations with Trump in July 2006 and said she could depict the president's "garbage superbly." The magazine said Clifford breezed through a polygraph test thus did her ex and a decent companion who supported her record. 

Clifford claims that she met Trump at a big name golf competition in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. In her letter, McDougal composed that she met with Trump on the occasion and also after they had begun their illicit relationship. 

Following nine months, McDougal finished the issue in 2007. 

"She couldn't take a gander at herself in the mirror any longer," Crawford stated, noticing she had sentiments of the blame. Donald and Melania Trump wedded in January 2005.

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