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Trump ally stunned after ‘National Enquirer’ boss flips to implicate the president in crimes: report

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National Enquirer publisher David Pecker has been a longtime ally of President Donald Trump — and has also reportedly helped the president cover up past sexual misdeeds via “catch and kill” operations that involve his publication paying Trump mistresses for the exclusive rights to their stories and then never publishing them.

According to a new report from Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman, however, Pecker has now been granted legal immunity to spill dirt to investigators about allegedly illegal payments the president made to past mistresses during the 2016 presidential campaign.

According to Sherman’s sources, Pecker has essentially corroborated former Trump “fixer” Michael Cohen’s account that the president directed him to make illegal campaign contributions in 2016 to pay for the silence of adult film star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal, both of whom claim they had affairs with Trump.

One Trump ally who spoke with Sherman said he was shocked by Pecker’s decision to cooperate with investigators.

“Holy sh*t, I thought Pecker would be the last one to turn,” the Trump ally said.

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Trump and Pecker have reportedly not spoken to one another for eight months, and their relationship has soured after federal investigators subpoenaed his company, American Media, Inc.

Read Sherman’s whole report here.

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Employees revolt after San Diego store manager berates customer for speaking Spanish

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Two employees at a store in San Diego this week quit their jobs after witnessing their boss angrily lash out at a woman who was speaking Spanish.

10 News San Diego reports that the manager at a My Sister’s Closet thrift store attacked a customer named Sofia Olvera, who was in the store to buy back a pair of shoes.

Celia Miranda, one of the former employees of My Sister's Closet who quit in the wake of the incident, told 10 News San Diego that the manager told Olvera that "I think that people who do not speak English have no business consigning here." Miranda objected to the manager's comments -- and was promptly sent home from work.

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George Conway nails Trump after his latest Twitter meltdown: ‘You deserve no one’s respect’

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Conservative attorney George Conway mocked his wife's boss for griping about a critical column about him published by the New York Times.

The president unleashed a Twitter tirade against Times columnist Thomas Friedman over his widely discussed column this week, titled "Trump Will Be Re-elected, Won’t He?"

Trump griped that Friedman had called him a racist after speaking respectfully to him by phone.

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Trump’s attack on Ilhan Omar is no surprise — he’s trafficked in racism his whole life: biographer

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In a column for Bloomberg, Tim O'Brien -- the author of "TrumpWorld" -- said the racist attack that Donald Trump made on four Democratic lawmakers who also all happen to be women of color, should not surprise anyone with a passing familiarity of the president.

According to O'Brien, racism has been a centerpiece of Trump's life going back to when he was just starting out in his family's real estate business.

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